The childhood home of the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is on the market for a whopping $44 million. Located on Manhattan's illustrious Park Avenue, the apartment housed the former First Lady and her family when she was aged two through seven. Her grandfather was also the developer of the building, and it was designed by celebrated architect Rosario Candela.American royalty aside, the property, currently owned by hedge fund titan David Ganek has a lot to boast, including a vast marble gallery with a sweeping staircase, a handsome paneled library, an expansive dining room, multiple fireplaces, a kitchen designed by St. Charles of New York, views of Park Avenue, four bedrooms, and six baths. To top it off, the home is gorgeously decoration and features Ganek's incredible modern art collection, which includes works by Warhol, John Baldessari, Richard Prince, Cindy Sherman, and Edward Ruscha. Take the full tour below.
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