Lasata, the 7-acre estate Hamptons home that Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
- who was born at Southampton Hospital
- spent her childhood summers at, is officially no longer on the market.
The home boasts 10 baths and 2 half baths. (Courtesy Photo)
Located at 121 Further Lane in East Hampton, the $29.995 million estate was designed by Arthur Jackson and has been completely renovated and updated. The 8,500 sq. feet home boasts 10 bedrooms, 10 baths and 2 half baths.
The home is located at 121 Further Lane in East Hampton. (Courtesy Photo)
"We're thrilled to have found a buyer who appreciates the beauty and pedigree of this historically significant property," shared Carol Nobbs and Eileen O'Neill of Douglas Elliman
, who had a tri-exclusive on the property with Susan Breitenbach
and Peter M. Turino of Brown Harris Stevens
Jackie Kennedy Onassis spent her summers at Lasata. (Courtesy Photo)
"Lasata is a monumental property which has only traded four times in its 101 year history. The architect, Arthur C. Jackson, captured the essence of early twentieth century East Hampton in this beautiful English design," added Turino. "The grounds, including large linden trees, are among the finest in America."
Referred to as one of the most beautiful homes in America, the spectacular abode is named for the Native American word for "Place of Peace."
The home is situated on 7 acres (Courtesy Photo)
In addition to Lasata, a 4-acre parcel located at 40 Middle Lane that is situated adjacent to the property closed in early January for $11.25 million.
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