Landmarked 18th-century home in East Hampton hits the market

Tri-State /
Jan.January 24, 2020 01:10 PM

A historic home in East Hampton that was once a clubhouse where Jackie Kennedy first learned to ride a horse is on the market for $2.29 million, Behind the Hedges reported. The Riding Club of East Hampton converted the 1745-built Abraham Baker House into a clubhouse after it bought the property in 1924; Kennedy, then Jacqueline Lee Bouvier and her family were members, according to the outlet. The house, which is now a three-bedroom home, is a Special Historic Landmark in the Town of East Hampton. The new owners would be allowed to build a “second dwelling/guest house” on the property. [BTH] 


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