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Business_news Jackie Kennedy’s childhood summer home just hit the market. Here’s a look inside the 125-year-old Hamptons property.

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Base image: Rise Media for Sotheby’s International Realty; Overlay: Art Rickerby/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images.


  • Wildmoor, the East Hampton property whereJackie Kennedy Onassissummered as a young girl, has hit the market for $7.5 million.
  • Onassis’ grandparents owned Wildmoor, and Onassis would travel with her parents to the home from their apartment on Park Avenue.
  • The six-bedroom home features a wraparound porch and colorful, tiled fireplaces. It’s also just a short walk to the beach.
  • Thelistingis represented byPaula Butlerof Sotheby’s International Realty.
  • Here’s a look inside the summer Hamptons home of former first lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis.
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Business_news Wildmoor, the East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy spent childhood summers, is on sale for $7.5 million.



Rise Media for Sotheby’s International Realty


Wall Street Journal’s Katherine Clarke firstreportedthe listing, which Paula Butler of Sotheby’s International Realty represents.

Source:Sotheby’s International Realty,Wall Street Journal

Business_news Wildmoor was built in 1895 and is located on a quiet residential street in East Hampton, New York, a short walk from the beach.



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Source:Sotheby’s International Realty

Business_news Onassis’ grandparents owned the home for decade and kept it for family use even after they moved to a larger Hamptons estate in 1925, Clarke reported. Onassis lived in Manhattan during the year and would spend summers at Wildmoor as a young girl.

Jacqueline, age 4, with her mother, Janet Lee Bouvier, in East Hampton, August 1933.

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Source:Sotheby’s International Realty,Wall Street Journal

Business_news The sun room opens up to a pergola-covered terrace surrounded by greenery.



Rise Media for Sotheby’s International Realty


Source:Sotheby’s International Realty

Business_news The interior is dominated by wood paneling, from the main staircase …



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Source:Sotheby’s International Realty

Business_news The home also contains playful details, like this tiled fireplace …



Rise Media for Sotheby’s International Realty


Source:Sotheby’s International Realty

Business_news Abstract expressionist painter Adolph Gottlieb bought the property in 1960 so that he could be near the ocean, according to the listing.



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Source:Sotheby’s International Realty

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