Mrs. John F. Kennedy (left) and her sister Mrs. Michael T. Canfield, formerly Jacqueline and Lee Bouvier.
Jackie Kennedy (left) and her sister Lee Radziwill. Conde Nast via Getty Images

In the 1970s, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and her sister Caroline Lee Radziwill spent winter weekends in the Bahamas, at the home of ketchup mogul Jack Heinz. Society photographer Slim Aarons, famed for his slick summer shots, photographed Radziwill’s children at play there, too. Now the three-story home, known as Minor Cay, is on the market for $5.5 million (with Christie’s International Real Estate). The five-bedroom, five-full-bathroom house is surrounded on three sides by a wraparound pool; it was sold to American sculptor John Safer in the 1980s and renovated in 2017, with interiors by island-chic designer Amanda Lindroth. Overlooking the Lyford Cay Golf Course and Club, the property boasts a coral-stone fireplace, a canopy-covered verandah, a stone-covered foyer, a spiral staircase and an outdoor living area. A bridge over the pool leads to the estate’s Jackie O-approved gardens. Camelot, by the beach.

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