Estate Belonging to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is For sale

Jackie Kennedy's Estate

Caroline Kennedy puts Jackie O’s 340-acre Martha’s Vineyard estate on the market for $65 MILLION – 40 years after her mother bought it for $1 million. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis first purchased the estate known as Red Gate Farm on Martha’s Vineyard near Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in 1979 for $1.1 million.

why do young adults use dating apps The 340-acre property features more than a mile of private Atlantic beachfront and is surrounded by foliage. The property, which was formerly a shed farm, was first purchased with only a hunting shed on the estate.

Onassis transformed the property to include a main residence, guest home, pool, tennis court, caretaker home and two garages. Daughter Caroline Kennedy later inherited the property and it is now up for sale after 40 years in the family.  Read more here

pop over to this web-site Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Trivia
Attended Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York.
Received the Women’s International Center (WIC) Living Legacy Award posthumously in 1995.
First lady of the USA, 1961-1963.
Mother of Arabella Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, John Kennedy Jr., and Patrick Bouvier Kennedy. Arabella Kennedy died at birth in 1956. Patrick Bouvier Kennedy died from infant respiratory-distress syndrome two days after his birth in 1963. Lastly, John Kennedy, Jr. was killed in a plane crash in 1999, five years after her death.
Won an Emmy award for her 1962 televised tour of the White House.

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During their stormy relationship, Aristotle Onassis unaffectionately referred to Jackie as “supertanker.” This was because he thought her tastes cost him as much as a supertanker ship.
Could speak Italian, French, and Spanish.
Her father had French, English, German, Scottish, and remote Dutch, ancestry, and her mother was of Irish descent.
Daughter-in-law of Joseph P. Kennedy and Rose Kennedy.
Aunt of Christopher Lawford, Maria Shriver, director Burr Steers, Anthony Radziwill, Tina Radziwill, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Joseph Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Rory Kennedy and Kerry Kennedy.
Sister-in-law of Robert F. Kennedy, Jean Kennedy Smith, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, and Ted Kennedy. One-time sister-in-law of Peter Lawford and Joan Bennett Kennedy.
Was one of the 100 most important woman of the 20th century as selected by Ladies Home Journal.
She never spoke publicly about her husband’s murder.
Older sister of Lee Radziwill.
Had the same stepfather as writer Gore Vidal.
Was named Debutante of the Year 1947-1948.
On her way back to Washington from Dallas after her husband’s murder Lady Bird Johnson advised her to clean up and change her outfit so that she would be presentable for the television cameras. Mrs. Kennedy, mindful of the impact of the cameras, refused because she wanted the public to see her in the outfit that was still stained with her husband’s blood. Being urged to change her mind by those around her she replied, “Let them see what they have done”.
Niece of Edith Bouvier Beale, and cousin of Edith ‘Little Edie’ Bouvier Beale of Grey Gardens (1975) and Grey Gardens (2009) fame.
Won the “Vogue” magazine contest in 1951 by making the best definition of Sergei Diaghilev as “unique alchemist in history of arts.”
Frequented the Paris Salon of Yves Saint-Laurent, along with her sister, Princess Lee Radziwill.
Although her first husband, President John Kennedy Jr. was one of the wealthiest men to occupy the White House, she received only a modest $25,000 bequest, $70,000 in cash and $200,000 per year in income from his family trust fund, which would cease upon her re-marriage. The remainder of his $10-million estate was held in trust for his two children John Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy. Her marriage to Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis guaranteed her financial freedom–he gave her $3 million at their marriage and established $1-million trust funds for John and Caroline. When he died, she negotiated a $26-million settlement from Christina Onassis, and with help from her companion, Maurice Templesman, her wealth was in excess of $200 million by the time of her death in 1994.
Her favorite actor was William Holden but he caused her a lot of disappointment when she found out he was a registered Republican.
Recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor by the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation in 1986.
Dated Warren Beatty very briefly in 1976, breaking up with him when she heard he’d bragged about the affair. In a 1997 interview, however, Beatty denied they ever had sex. Coincidentally, Warren also dated Jackie’s stepdaughter Christina Onassis as well as two women her son John Kennedy Jr. also dated: Madonna and Daryl Hannah.

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