The price has been reduced for the most expensive home on the market in Georgetown.
The residential compound along the 3000 block of N Street NW (map), which includes the house that Jackie Kennedy lived in following President Kennedy's assassination, hit the market for $26.5 million in March. The listing price was dropped to $22.5 million on Friday. Jonathan Taylor and Max Rabin of TTR Sotheby's International Realty are representing the home for sale.
The homes at 3003, 3009 and 3017 N Street NW were combined by the late construction entrepreneur David W. Hudgens into one contiguous mansion spanning about 16,300 square feet with 13 bedrooms. Mr. Hudgens passed away at the end of 2022.
Following President Kennedy’s assassination in 1963, Jackie Kennedy lived briefly at the house of friend and politician Averell Harriman before buying a seven-bedroom home on N Street NW that is now a part of the listing for sale. She lived at the home briefly before moving to New York in 1964. Hudgens purchased the home in 2017 to go along with the two adjacent properties he owned.
Photo by Sean Shanahan.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a_price_drop_for_georgetown_compound_where_jackie_kennedy_lived/21018.
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