Love Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (aka “Jackie O”)? Well, you can now own a part of her cherished estate.
That’s right, Onassis’s private home on Martha’s Vineyard, Red Gate Farm, is currently on the market for a cool $65 million through Christie’s International Real Estate. Although the residence was originally completed in 1981, it underwent renovations in 2000, creating a quaint balance of traditional and modern.
Keep reading for a detailed look at the Martha’s Vineyard property.
The Cape Cod–style house was designed by Hugh Newell Jacobsen, with landscapes by Bunny Mellon, who also worked on the White House Rose Garden when Jackie O was First Lady of the United States.
The main building features 6,456 square feet of cedar-shingled bliss.
Inside, there are five en-suite bedrooms, two half bathrooms, two offices, three fireplaces and an outdoor deck with serene nature views. The chef’s kitchen is complete with professional grade appliances, so you can Martha Stewart to your heart’s desire.
In addition to the central residence, the property also has a two-story lodge for guests, a three-bedroom caretaker’s abode, a boathouse, a temperature-controlled storage building, a hunting cabin and two garages.
The pool and tennis court are just icing on the cake.
The private estate sits on 340 acres of land, which is home to coastal dunes, freshwater ponds and a plethora of plants, trees and wildlife. The residence’s wild surroundings are something that Onassis—along with her daughter, Caroline—maintained over the years.
Oh, and did we mention it has more than a mile of private Atlantic beachfront? Cha-ching!