Real Estate

The Price of Jackie Kennedy’s Georgetown House Has Been Reduced—Again

It can now be yours for $6.5 million.
The Price of Jackie Kennedy’s Georgetown House Has Been Reduced—Again
All photos courtesy of Washington Fine Properties.

Despite its pedigree, the brick Colonial at 3017 N Street, Northwest, in Georgetown still has not sold. Once the residence of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, it was privately listed in June for $9,750,000, before Washington Fine Properties publicly listed it in October for $8,995,000. Though rumors said Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner were considering it, they ultimately landed elsewhere. On January 13, the price of the six bedroom, five-and-a-half bath house was cut to $6.5 million.

Built in the 1790s, the house and its grounds could use some TLC, but its size—more than 6,000 square feet—and history are impressive. Kennedy moved in following her husband’s assassination in 1963, then relocated to New York City with her children the next year. The house also sits only two blocks away from 3307 N Street, where John F. Kennedy lived during the 1960 presidential campaign.

The foyer.
Another view of the foyer and grand staircase.
A large parlor off the house’s front entry.
Murals hang at both ends of the dining room.
The fenced-in yard appears in need of some maintenance, but it affords plenty of room and privacy.

For more photos and details, visit Washington Fine Properties.

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Former editorial fellow Kayla Randall is City Lights editor at Washington City Paper.