Jackie Kennedy’s Former Georgetown Washington D.C. Residence Is for Sale

Jackie Kennedy’s Former Georgetown Washington D.C. Home Is for Sale

The Georgetown household exactly where Jacqueline Kennedy moved with her young children after leaving the White Property in 1963 is now for sale. The previous Initially Woman packed up and still left 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue just two weeks after John F. Kennedy’s assassination, and temporarily relocated to this 8-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom mansion close by. The Washington, D.C., residence is now on the market for $10 million.

Jackie Kennedy and her children, Caroline and John Jr., stayed at the property, which belonged to W. Averell Harriman and Pamela Churchill Harriman, for just a several months, prior to at some point relocating to a further household in the spot, and then shortly thereafter relocating to New York Town.

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The property stayed in the Harriman loved ones right up until 1987, when it sold to the existing proprietor.

Former 1st girl Jacqueline Kennedy moved to the dwelling in 1963.

The 9,339-sq.-foot house dates back again to 1805, and features initial aspects as perfectly as moldings and approximately 12-foot ceilings through, per the listing held by TTR Sotheby’s Global Realty broker Michael Rankin.

The open and airy general public entertaining areas include a formal dining room with an elaborate chandelier and a fire and a significant residing space with pink partitions and a hearth, in addition to a a bit more compact den with nevertheless a further fireplace. A glass-protected solarium is outfitted with an consuming location and lounging spaces.

The .38-acre house is made up of a pool, terraces and outside lounging spots.

This isn’t the only Kennedy-adjacent D.C. household that is popped up on the market as of late. Past calendar year, the Georgetown townhome in which JFK at the time lived with his sister, Eunice, bought for $4.2 million, and again in 2018, the D.C. house exactly where JFK very first satisfied the then-Jacqueline Bouvier marketed for $1.73 million.