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Jackie Kennedy’s Georgetown Mansion Finds a Buyer

by UrbanTurf Staff

Jackie Kennedy's Georgetown Mansion Finds a Buyer: Figure 1
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 back in October for $8,995,000. Earlier this week, the home found a buyer.

Jackie Kennedy's Georgetown Mansion Finds a Buyer: Figure 2
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.

Listed by Nancy Taylor Bubes and Jamie Peva of Washington Fine Properties, the home was built in the late 18th century and is filled with the type of grand entertaining spaces that one would expect for a house of this size in Georgetown. In January, the price for the house dropped to $6.5 million and it went under contract earlier this week.

More photos below.

Jackie Kennedy's Georgetown Mansion Finds a Buyer: Figure 3
Dining room

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Jackie Kennedy's Georgetown Mansion Finds a Buyer: Figure 5
The foyer.

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 https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/jackie_kennedys_georgetown_mansion_finds_a_buyer/12360

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