Filed under: Estates
Our estate of the day comes from a tip in the NY Post's Gimme Shelter section. Lasata, which is located in East Hampton, New York was one of the summer homes of the Bouvier family in the 1920s. The stately home was designed by architect Arthur Jackson and built in 1917. Its name means place of peace and the gorgeous home sits on over six acres. The home has six bedrooms and there is a pool. It is listed at $25 million. interior shots and pictures of the formal gardens after the jump.