See Inside Jackie O’s Glam $30 Million Hamptons Home
The 101-year-old home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis spent her childhood summers has found a buyer.
Perri Ormont Blumberg
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“Lasata,” a Native American word for “Place of Peace” rolls off your tongue as easily as a mid-afternoon ocean dip calms your troubles. And it’s hard to think of a more fitting word to capture the tranquil grandeur of Jackie Kennedy Onassis’ former sanctuary, that goes by this moniker.
The seven-acre estate where Jackie O (née Bouvier) spent her childhood summers is under contract as of this week. Douglas Elliman listed the asking price as $29,995,000. Situated upon verdant landscaping at 121 Further Lane, the 8,500-square-foot East Hampton estate includes 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms. There’s also a guest house and pool house on-site.
The property was designed by Arthur Jackson in 1917, and recently underwent a full renovation. A neighboring four-acre parcel—with a grass tennis court—at 40 Middle Lane is included in the buyer’s contract. While details about the buyer is unknown, the home’s most recent owner is Reed Krakoff, Tiffany & Co.’s Chief Creative Officer. Tour the exquisite home below.
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A posh living room with a panel of large windows allow light to spill into the sitting area.
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The new owners can delight in the sparkling in-ground stone pool on days when the five-minute stroll to the Atlantic seems too much.
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The greenery-studded poolside hangout is indoor-outdoor living at its finest.
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A playful bedroom balances an orange geometric rug with handsome wooden furnishings.
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A neutral palette sets the scene in the dining area.
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A grand staircase and colorful light fixture anchors the downstairs living space.