The famed East Hampton estate where Jackie Kennedy used to spend her childhood summers has officially sold. A closing price hasn’t been revealed, but it was most recently asking $29,995,000.
Lasata—which is a Native American name for “Place of Peace”—belonged to Jackie Kennedy’s grandfather, John Vernou Bouvier Jr. back in the 1920s, but they aren’t the only notable residents to own the estate. Up until the recent sale, it was in the hands of former Coach creative director, Reed Krakoff and his wife, interior designer Delphine Krakoff.
In September of 2016 when the estate was listed, it was available as a compound, including the main seven-acre parcel, and an additional four-acre parcel at 40 Middle Lane. The four-acre parcel is an empty except for a grass tennis court. The parcels ended up going into contract and selling near the same time—the four-acre parcel just closed earlier this month—but by different buyers.
Together, they were originally asking nearly $54 million, with the main estate asking $38,995,000 and the empty parcel listed for $14,995,000.
The four-acre parcel recently sold and closed for $11.25 million, which was its most recent asking price.
Lasata—which has been renovated—spans 8,500 square feet and is host to 10 bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms. There’s also a guest house and a pool house. Located at 121 Further Lane, the property is close to ocean beaches. 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.
- 121 Further Lane [Douglas Elliman]
- Jackie Kennedy’s childhood Hamptons summer home lists for $54M [Curbed Hamptons]
- Part of Jackie Kennedy’s childhood Hamptons home, Lasata, has sold [Curbed Hamptons]
- The empty lot on Lasata, Jackie Kennedy’s summer home, just went into contract [Curbed Hamptons]
- Lasata, Jackie Kennedy’s East Hampton summer house, closed today [Behind the Hedges]