Take A Look Inside John F. Kennedy’s Former Georgetown Home

Nestled in the heart of Georgetown’s West Village neighborhood is a historic home where President John F. Kennedy once lived. The house was initially built in the 1800s but was later renovated by esteemed architect Richard Foster and builder Tom Glass. The 4,659 square foot residence, which has been put on the market for $4,675,000, maintains its classic charm without feeling dated. Read on to take a look at the home’s polished interior and its spectacular views of Washington, D.C.

A Historic Home

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Universal History Archive/Getty Images and TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
Universal History Archive/Getty Images and TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

The former home of President JFK sits on a charming cobblestone street located near boutiques, restaurants, and historic monuments of Washington, D.C. The house features a modest three bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

It also has two half bathrooms, two gorgeous decks with sweeping views, and a study/ library, and laundry room. The black front door is surrounded by detailed glass windows and a striking white door frame that pops against the brick building.