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Part of Jackie Kennedy’s childhood Hamptons home, Lasata, has sold

The four-acre land has a grass tennis court, but is otherwise empty

Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman

The four-acre parcel of bifurcated land that was a part of Lasata—Jackie Kennedy’s childhood Hamptons summer home—has sold for its most recent asking price of $11.25 million, reports the New York Post. The main house is still under contract with a different buyer, but has not closed yet.

It went up for sale back in September of 2016, at which point it was being offered both together and separately from the main estate. By October of last year, the four-acre parcel went into contract.

Located at 40 Middle Lane in East Hampton (while the main house is located on Further Lane), the parcel that has sold includes a grass tennis court, but is otherwise empty and can accommodate a structure up to 10,000 square feet in size. The property was listed under Douglas Elliman agents Carol Nobbs and Eileen O’Neill, Susan Breitenbach of Corcoran Group Real Estate, and Peter Turino at Brown Harris Stevens.