See Inside the Georgetown House Where John F. Kennedy Lived With His Sister Eunice
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President John F. Kennedy's Georgetown residence, where he was said to have met his future wife, Jacqueline Bouvier, has sold for $4.2 million—$475,000 below the asking price. 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 by renowned architect Richard Foster and preeminent builder Tom Glass.The listing was held by Christie-Anne Weiss at TTR Sotheby's International Realty. Scroll down to see photos of the landmark home.
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