Part of Jackie O’s East Hampton estate sold for $11.25M

TRD New York /
Jan.January 17, 2018 02:01 PM

A four-acre piece of Lasata, the East Hampton estate where former first lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis spent her childhood summers, has been sold for $11.25 million — slightly off its $11.99 million asking price. The 40 Middle Lane parcel includes the original grass tennis court, but the main house is on a seven-acre plot at 121 Further Lane, which, priced at $29.99 million, is under contract with a different buyer, the New York Post reported. Lasata, which means “place of peace” in the Shinnecock language, belonged to Onassis’ grandparents. [NY Post]


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