Bridgehampton Kennedy compound lists for $35M

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Sep.September 10, 2018 04:05 PM

A Sagaponack Pond compound that boasts connections to American royalty has just hit the market for $35 million. One of the two parcels in the compound is owned by the estate of Joseph P. Kennedy, father of President John F. Kennedy. The other is owned by the patriarch’s last surviving daughter, Jean Kennedy Smith, 90. The 6,000-square-foot main house, which is owned by Jean, was built in 1850 and sits on 4.9 acres on the water’s edge. It has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a dock, a pool and a tennis court. The other cottage, at 2,850 square feet, contains four bedrooms, has its own pool within the property’s 5.27 acres, according to Mansion Global. Corcoran’s Michael Schultz and Susan Ryan are handling the listing. [Mansion Global]


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