Everyone seemed to love Jackie Kennedy Onassis for so many reasons. But the famous and well-respected first lady was also known to have extraordinarily good taste. That definitely translated into how she kept her gorgeous home, of course. The home which she lived in after the death of her second husband, Aristotle Onassis, who died in 1975, is now for sale. That home was an oceanfront mansion on Martha’s Vineyard.
The home was designed by architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen. Jackie named it Red Gate Farm. She loved the home because she felt it was where she could be surrounded in nature. Jackie died in 1994. Her son, John, died in 1999, Then her daughter, Carolyn, and her husband, Edwin Schlossberg, renovated the house and made several additions.
Carolyn’s family has lived in the house for many years but recently they have put it on the market priced at $65 million. Take a look at the gorgeous pictures of their family home.