Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ Childhood Home is on Sale, and the Price Will Leave You Astonished

The young Jacqueline ‘Jackie’ Lee Bouvier resided in one of the most sumptuous homes in Virginia.

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The future first lady moved into Merrywood, a massive Georgian-style estate, during the 40s, after her mother married the heir to Standard Oil, Hugh D. Auchincloss.

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The home is now owned by AOL founder Steve Case, who put the estate on the market for an astonishing $49.5 million.

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The 23,000-square-foot brick-and-limestone mansion features nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, a backyard for an outdoor party and (of course) an elegant swimming pool.

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The interiors had been done by designer Barry Dixon and the master suite is comprised of two dressing rooms, a private study and an exercise room. There’s a climate controlled wine cellar on the lower level, and an elevator provides access to all four levels of the home.

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