Jackie O’s Hamptons home is under contract

"Lasata" in East Hampton was last asking $30M

TRD New York /
Oct.October 19, 2017 12:30 PM
Jackie O, 121 Further Lane in East Hampton before renovations and Reed Krakoff

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, 121 Further Lane in East Hampton before renovations and Reed Krakoff

The Hamptons home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis summered as a child has found a buyer at the reduced asking price of $30 million.

The property, known as “Lasata,” is now owned by Tiffany’s chief creative officer Reed Krakoff, who paid $20 million for it in 2007, the New York Post reported.

The property at 121 Further Lane has a six-bedroom home that features five-and-a-half bathrooms. There’s also a large pool, formal gardens and a guest house, according to the publication. Last year, the home was listed for $39 million, but was reduced in June.

An adjacent property with four acres and a tennis court was also listed with the home for $15 million. That property is also under contract, last asking $12 million, according to the newspaper.

Both parcels belonged to Onassis’ grandparents. Onassis died in 1994.

In 2016, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and Dasha Zhukova rented the home. [NYP]Miriam Hall


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