Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's Childhood Home Got a Major Renovation
Later in Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's life, everything she touched turned to decor gold -- but what did her childhood home look like? Spoiler alert: It looked perfect, duh!
The former First Lady resided in a duplex apartment on Park Avenue in New York City (how posh!) from ages two to seven. While it recently underwent a huge renovation, it's currently on the market for $44 million (yes, you read that right), since famed architect Rosario Candela designed the building.
The duplex has everything a style icon in the making could want: 12 rooms, a library with original paneling, a marble gallery and a living room view of Park Avenue.
Take a look:
The marble gallery and foyer has quite the staircase to make a grand entrance on.
If you ever got bored of watching TV, staring out of the window at Park Avenue for awhile wouldn't be so bad.
We love the cozy breakfast nook area with two stylish chairs and a vintage sofa.
Even though the plush headboard and carpeting together may be a bit much, the large master suite overlooks Park Avenue as well.
It wouldn't be Jackie's former home without a modern spin on a claw-foot tub, would it?