The dining room at 3017 N Street NW
The Georgetown mansion that Jackie Kennedy called home following President John F. Kennedy’s assassination was publicly listed for sale today for $8,995,000, after being privately listed for several months. And that means we can now take a look inside.
The living room
Following President Kennedy’s assassination in 1963, the First Lady lived briefly at the house of friend and politician Averell Harriman before buying the seven-bedroom, 5.5-bath home at 3017 N Street NW (map). She lived there only briefly and, in 1964, moved to New York.
The home is listed by Nancy Taylor Bubes of Washington Fine Properties. More photos below.
For more details on this house as well as other residences that the Kennedys called home in the DC area, please visit the UrbanTurf-owned site BigWigDigs.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/inside_jackie_kennedys_9_million_georgetown_mansion/11763
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