- A Washington, DC home where President John F. Kennedy once lived just sold to an unknown buyer for $4.2 million, Lyllah Ledesma reported for Mansion Global.
- The three-bedroom Federal-style brick home in the historic and affluent Georgetown neighborhood hit the market in February with an asking price of $4.65 million.
- Before he was president, Kennedy lived in the house for three years with his sister while serving in the House of Representatives.
- It spans almost 4,700 square feet and includes an attached garage and a private rooftop terrace with views of the Washington Monument.
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An unknown buyer has just picked up a piece of history: the onetime Washington, DC home of President John F. Kennedy.
Listed for $4,675,000 back in February, the three-bedroom Georgetown house where Kennedy lived for three years just sold for $42 million, Mansion Global reports.
Before he was president, Kennedy lived in the house from 1949 to 1951 while serving in the House of Representatives for Massachusetts’ 11th congressional district. According to The Washingtonian, he shared the home with his sister, Eunice.
The Federal-style brick house was built around 1800 and was recently renovated by architect Richard Foster and builder Tom Glass, according to the listing. It comes with an attached garage and a private rooftop terrace with views of the Washington Monument. It sits in the historic neighborhood of Georgetown, where the median listing price today is nearly $1.4 million.
Christie-Anne Weiss and Christopher Ritzert of TTR Sotheby’s international Realty held the listing.
Take a look inside the home.
The three-bedroom house sits in Georgetown, a historic neighborhood west of downtown that’s full of cobblestoned streets and charming boutiques.
The median listing price in Georgetown is nearly $1.4 million, according to Zillow.
Although the original structure was built about 220 years ago, the home recently underwent extensive renovations by architect Richard Foster and builder Tom Glass.
Because Georgetown is a historic district, the renovations had to adhere to strict guidelines and maintain historical accuracy in the home, according to Inman.
But there’s no shortage of modern touches. The gourmet kitchen features stainless steel appliances and a large island.
The kitchen also includes a breakfast bar and a butler’s pantry.
The formal dining room has a fireplace and opens up to a terrace.
A wood-paneled library includes an attached powder room, a fireplace, and a wet bar.
On the master level is the bedroom with an en suite bathroom and access to the terrace.
The master bathroom features a large soaking tub, a rain shower, and heated floors.
… which boasts panoramic views of the city and the Washington Monument.
An attached garage offers ample storage space.
The property taxes on the home would be about $3,325 per month, according to Zillow’s estimate.