Lasata

Designed by noted architect Arthur C. Jackson and built in 1917 Lasata or “Place of Peace” is recognized as one of the most beautiful houses in America. Situated on 7.15 acres, this masterpiece captures the eye with its graceful lines and poetic presence. Summer residence to the Bouvier family throughout the 1920’s, there have been only a few owners over the past century. Impeccably restored to the highest standards in 2007, the ten-bedroom main house enjoys total privacy. Ideally located near ocean beaches with separate two-bedroom guest house, pool house, and three-car garage building. Exquisite grounds with open green lawns and mature trees including Linden, London Planes, Cork and American Elm. This is truly a special opportunity to acquire one of the grand estates of East Hampton Village in perfect and immaculate condition.

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