The 100-year-old house where Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis spent childhood summers is up for grabs as part of the sale of a $54 million East Hampton estate.
Known as “Lasata,” the approximately 11-acre estate is made up of an eight-bedroom house built around 1917, a guesthouse, a tennis court, a swimming pool and a pool house. It’s currently owned by Fashion designer Reed Krakoff.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the property is being listed as two separate parcels: $39 million gets you the main house, the swimming pool, the pool house, and the guesthouse on 7.2 acres. But if you want the 4-acre adjacent parcel containing a sunken grass tennis court you’ll need to cough up an extra $15 million.
Krakoff – the former creative director of Coach – and his interior designer wife Delphine bought the estate in 2007 for $25 million, it hadn’t been renovated in decades, he told the Wall Street Journal.