Jacqueline Kennedy’s Former Home Going Up for Auction
Jacqueline Kennedy‘s former home is going up for auction. She originally purchased the home after the assassination of her husband, President John F. Kennedy Jr., but only lived there for a year, choosing to move again after the home attracted attention from the public and paparazzi. Known as the Baker House, it resides in Georgetown and has since been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The home has now been combined with two other homes to create a 16,300-square-foot mansion. The property featuring 13 bedrooms, 13 full baths, and 5 half-baths is listed at $19.5 million and is going to a no-reserve auction on Oct. 24.
The home features original fireplaces, a wood-paneled library, and has been renovated to fulfill modern tastes. It also has some stunning views of the city and the Washington Monument. The massive estate offers a lofted observation deck, a gym, an executive office, a spa-quality bath, and much more.
The area where it resides in Georgetown is close to the best entertainment in Washington D.C. and the home to famous people such as Jeff Bezos and Henry Kissinger. If you’re interested in checking out all the details and photos of Kennedy’s former home, click here and let us know what you think about it!