Wildmoor, an East Hampton home where Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis spent her summers as a child, just went on the market. Built in 1895, the 4,291 square-foot summer home was owned by the Bouvier family for decades, originally belonging to Jackie’s grandfather, John Vernou Bouvier Jr. The family hosted weekend polo matches in a nearby field and entertained friends in this gracious home. According to Sotheby’s International Realty, “In 1960, the famed Abstract Expressionist Adolph Gottlieb bought the property to be near the ocean. His art studio, filled with light and inspiration, can still be enjoyed in the garden. The gabled roof, wraparound porch, Palladian windows, generously sized rooms, stunning atrium and pergola covered terrace combine to produce a classic summer home. The coveted location on Apaquogue Road allows one to hear the sounds of the ocean and enjoy a short walk to the beach. This is a truly unique offering.” Let’s take a tour!
Such great bones, this home would be a dream to own and decorate! To see more of the Kennedy homes, please click the links below…
- THE RESIDENCES AND VACATION HOMES OF JACQUELINE KENNEDY ONASSIS
- JACQUELINE KENNEDY’S CHILDHOOD HOME IS FOR SALE
- JACQUELINE KENNEDY’S WHITE HOUSE BEDROOM
- THE KENNEDY “WINTER WHITE HOUSE” IS FOR SALE!