Several other homes associated with the former first lady, who died in May 1994 at age 64, have come up for sale recently. In 2017, another East Hampton estate — listed at $30 million — was sold.
Known as "Lasata," meaning "place of peace," the residence also has a guest house and pool house on its 7 acres of land.
The home in which she grew up also hit the market in 2017. Located along the Potomac River in Virginia, the nine-bedroom Georgian-style mansion was listed for $49.5 million at the time.
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