The former Kennedy estate in Palm Beach – affectionately known as the “Winter White House” — has found a buyer: Jane Goldman, daughter of the late New York real estate investor Sol Goldman.
Goldman paid merchant banker John Castle $31 million for the sprawling, 15,347-square-foot, two-story mansion, a source told People.
During his presidency, John F. Kennedy regularly traveled to the Mediterranean-style home with his wife Jackie Kennedy and their two kids. The First Family enjoyed the property’s 200 feet of uninterrupted oceanfront and the lush lawn — where family touch football games often occurred.
Inside the home boasts 11 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms.
The Kennedys purchased the home back in 1933 from Philadelphia department store moguls, the Wanamaker family.
In 1995, the home sold once again to the Castles for $4.9 million.