John F. Kennedy's Former Georgetown Home Is on the Market for $4.6 Million
The historic house was originally built in 1800.
Calling all political junkies in the market for a historic home. President John F. Kennedy's Georgetown residence is currently on the market for $4.675 million. The former president lived in the red brick, three-bedroom house with his sister, Eunice, from 1949 to 1951. This period was especially important in JFK's life, as it was when he represented Massachusetts in the Senate and prepared for his presidential campaign. The Washington, D.C. home is certainly fit for a prominent politician, with its prime location, stunning views, and two outdoor spaces for entertaining. The house was originally built in 1800, so it has a lot of historic charm, though has been elegantly upgraded.
Scroll down to see photos of the landmark home, the listing for which is held by Christie-Anne Weiss at TTR Sotheby's International Realty.
The home was originally built in 1800 in a classic Federal style.
Renowned architect Richard Foster and builder Tom Glass brought the home into the modern day, while preserving its history.
The space is built for a foodie.
It's perfect for pre- or post-dinner cocktails in the warmer months.
The other is the rooftop.
The space is perfect for hosting events.
You can just picture JFK working here. The library also features its own powder room and wet bar.
The master is one of the home's three bedrooms.
Look out over all of Georgetown from the comfort of a palatial tub.
In warmer months, this private terrace would be suitable for dinners or parties. The deck also has its own small kitchen area for convenience.
The Washington Monument is visible in the distance.
From: Town & Country US