Even though both Lasata parcels are no longer available for sale, you can still own a piece of Jackie Kennedy Onassis-related history in East Hampton. Though the property at 350 Pantigo Road is now an empty lot, it was once the East Hampton Riding Academy, which is where the former first lady rode her horse, Buttercup.
It also previously served as the location of Stern’s Department Store. The land was later claimed by Macy’s, but it was never developed due to a superstore ban in East Hampton. However, the land can still accommodate a limited light business use.
Sited on four acres of land, the property can host a single-family home up to a whopping 18,000 square feet in size—or, it can be subdivided, or even host up to 60 affordable housing units. If subdivided, the four potential properties could each be home to a house and a pool.
Listed with Douglas Elliman agents Benjamin Dixon and Matthew Mackay, south-of-the-highway 350 Pantigo Road is asking $4,995,000.
- 350 Pantigo Road [Douglas Elliman]
- Part of Jackie Kennedy’s childhood Hamptons home, Lasata, has sold [Curbed Hamptons]
- Jackie Kennedy’s East Hampton summer home, Lasata, has officially sold [Curbed Hamptons]