The legendary fashion icon, the queen of style and first lady, Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis, has spent a relaxing summers in the East Hamptons as a child.
With her parents and younger sister Caroline Lee Bouvier, later Lee Radziwill, she spent the best years in this estate, long before her home will become the White House. A beautiful white house, called Lasata, formerly was sold for $53 million, and now is back on the market at a price of $39 million.
Built in 1917, Lasata has a whopping 2500 square foot, which back in 1920 bought Jacqueline’s grandfather, with an additional plot of 4 acres.
Tremendous farm suffered a detailed renovation of the former owner, fashion designer Reed Krakoff and his wife interior designer Delphine. Today,almost 100 years old house offers to the future owners the space of 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.
Lasata, which means “The place of Peace” also has a guest house, pool, pool house with two additional bedrooms, a garage for three cars and a view to remember.
Perfect white interiors and after all these years reflect the freshness of a real home by the beach, and if we talk about elegance, this home is worthy of elegance of the former First Lady of America.
Rustic kitchen with massive wooden floor, delicate white kitchen cabinets, bedroom in lemon yellows tones with fireplace exude romance. The dining room is separated with floor to ceiling bookcase and is a paradise for book lovers.
Everything exudes vintage glamor. The house has a veranda offering a soothing view of the green expanse. Future owners will definitely enjoy the house that is just as beautiful today as it was many years ago.