A 38-room Long Island waterfront estate once owned by the late deposed Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos and his wife, Imelda, is for sale.
Newsday reports the 14-bedroom, 17-bathroom home in Center Moriches can be yours for $4.95 million.
The former first lady is said to have only stayed overnight once. She entertained in the daytime but returned to a Manhattan condo at night.
The 8.2-acre spread has changed hands at least twice since the Philippine government sold it in 1987. The current seller was not identified.
An open house was held Thursday for house hunters.
In a tweak at the former owners, a real estate company is raffling a $100 gift certificate at a nearby shoe store. Imelda Marcos was notorious for her mammoth collection of shoes.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.