Seize the rare opportunity to own a piece of American history with Lasata, the former Bouvier family summer retreat during the 1920s, aptly named "Place of Peace." This magnificent estate has had only four privileged owners since its inception over a century ago. Constructed in 1917 and masterfully designed by renowned architect Arthur C. Jackson, the property spans 7.15+/- acres and is adorned with century-old Linden, London Planes, Cork, and American Elm trees. Meticulously restored in 2007 and again in 2019, the estate's integrity has been carefully preserved while infusing modern elegance. The soothing sound of ocean waves can be heard throughout the expansive eight-bedroom main house, separate two-bedroom guest cottage, pool house, and a three-car garage equipped with a workshop. The impeccably maintained grounds feature lush lawns, mature specimen trees, and a vibrant flower meadow, perfectly complementing this idyllic setting and elevating it to a timeless masterpiece. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to acquire one of East Hampton Village's most distinguished estates, presented in pristine condition.