Stay in Touch
Get sneak previews of special offers & upcoming events delivered to your inbox.
06-08-2019 11:03 AM - edited 06-08-2019 11:10 AM
I had just seen a video of Sally Quinn being interviewed on this. I had no idea she bought it. My goodness she even reburbished all the original furniture, i.e., wicker etc.
Then I saw a video of Liz Lange on one of the house shows that she owned it. I couldn't believe that either, so surprised. If anyone watches HSN, Liz was a vendor for them.
Edit: I also read the daughter died in Florida.
Ruin finery, that's all I got. What do they call that, stoney broke?
06-08-2019 11:29 AM
@DottyPPPPP In genteel society, they are referred to as eccentric, people like us are called bat s..t crazy!
They are, also, described as living in reduced circumstance as opposed to penniless!
06-08-2019 12:20 PM
This is a worthwhile documentary to watch. I have seen Grey Gardens and while tragic, a fascinating insight into these women. I will set my DVR, thanks for the heads up!
06-08-2019 01:27 PM
Thanks so much, @Somertime, for those fabulous links. What a beautiful job the Bradlees did in bringing back the romance, and the "ease" of the original house! I knew they had undertaken that Herculean task, but somehow never saw pictures of what they accomplished. Incredible.
Say what you will about Sally Quinn, she has done some beautiful houses. The huge historical pile in Washington that had belonged to Robert Lincoln (son of Abe), was also brought to a fine glory by her!
QVC is not responsible for the availability, content, security, policies, or practices of the above referenced third-party linked sites nor liable for statements, claims, opinions, or representations contained therein. QVC's Privacy Statement does not apply to these third-party web sites.
© 1995-2019 QVC, Inc. All rights reserved Trademark Notice