Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's Childhood Home Got a Major Renovation

Jackie Kennedy's childhood home
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Love Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's style? Then check out her elegant childhood home in New York City!

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:

Jackie Kennedy's childhood home

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Foyer

The marble gallery and foyer has quite the staircase to make a grand entrance on.


Jackie Kennedy's childhood home

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Living Room

If you ever got bored of watching TV, staring out of the window at Park Avenue for awhile wouldn't be so bad.


Jackie Kennedy's childhood home

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Kitchen

We love the cozy breakfast nook area with two stylish chairs and a vintage sofa.


Jackie Kennedy's childhood home

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Bedroom

Even though the plush headboard and carpeting together may be a bit much, the large master suite overlooks Park Avenue as well.


Jackie Kennedy's childhood home

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Bathroom

It wouldn't be Jackie's former home without a modern spin on a claw-foot tub, would it?


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