scorecardThe Martha's Vineyard estate that Jackie Kennedy bought for $1 million in 1979 just hit the market for $65 million - here's a look inside the property
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The Martha's Vineyard estate that Jackie Kennedy bought for $1 million in 1979 just hit the market for $65 million - here's a look inside the property

The Martha's Vineyard estate that Jackie Kennedy bought for $1 million in 1979 just hit the market for $65 million - here's a look inside the property
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Martha's Vineyard

Christie's International Real Estate

The Red Gate Farm estate.

For $65 million, you can vacation like a first lady.

The Martha's Vineyard estate where first lady Jacqueline (Jackie) Kennedy Onassis spent her summers has been listed for sale by her daughter Caroline Kennedy.

Jackie purchased the property, which is known as Red Gate Farm, for around $1 million in 1979. At the time of the purchase, the only building on the estate was the hunting cabin.

In 1981, architect Hugh Newell Jacobson designed both the main house and the guest house. In 2000, Caroline Kennedy renovated and expanded the main house with the help of Deborah Berke, dean of the Yale School of Architecture.

Now, the 340-acre estate includes a 6,456-square-foot main house, guest house, hunting cabin, barn, boathouse, storage building, and two garages.

Its amenities include over a mile of private beachfront, a pool, tennis court, exercise studio, vegetable garden, and blueberry patch.

Keep reading to take a look inside the estate.

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