Iconic LaSata, Native American for House of Peace. Built in 1887 and owned by M.C. Bouvier, a Wall Street financier and great uncle to Jackie Kennedy and her sister Princess Lee Radziwell who summered here as young girls. Enter through the stone pillars and travel the white marble drive to the porte-cochere. Set on beautiful landscaped 1.22 acres with colorful flower gardens, lush lawn and wonderful specimen trees, this meticulously restored 9 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath 2 1/2 story, 5445 sq ft historic home has 6 fireplaces, hardwoods throughout, charming carved staircase, oversized windows and is delightful in every way. The extensive 'Swiss Chalet style porch provides the perfect place for large summer gatherings or nightly al fresco family dining. French doors lead into the spacious, sunny living room with fireplace and massive bay window with seating. The gracious dining room with fireplace connects to proper butler's pantry and bright kitchen with glass front cabinetry. Inviting sunroom has French doors and fireplace. Two staircases lead to the second floor with 7 bedroom and 3 full baths. each is beautifully appointed, 2 with fireplaces and generously sized. Additionally, there is a handsome library w/fireplace. Two bedroom, living room and full bath are found on the third floor and would be perfect for guests or au-pair. Separate 2 car garage w/large attached shed, children's playhouse complete this remarkable home.
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