An international symbol of style, elegance, and grace, Jackie Kennedy is arguably one of the most legendary female icons of all time, so it comes as no surprise that the late former First Lady’s one-time Reeves Mews home is exceptionally luxurious.
Kennedy and her second husband, billionaire shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, inhabited the Mayfair, London home—one of the main residences of Christina Onassis, Aristotle’s only daughter—on many of their international trips in the late ’60s and early ’70s. Built in 1720, the historically-rich home is now on the market for £5.995 million (~$9.4 million).
The residence offers three double bedrooms, three baths, a separate kitchen, and a grand living space.
Situated in one of London’s most desirable locations, the rare find also boasts a sizable garden and outdoor living area—one of the few spaces of its kind in the entire city.
Photos and details courtesy of the Mirror