Before he called 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue home, former President John F. Kennedy lived in a gorgeous Federal-style home in one of the most elite neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.
Built circa 1800, the stately Georgetown residence was once where Kennedy lived with his sister Eunice from 1949 to 1951.
And now, the three-bedroom townhouse is on the market for $4.675 million.
The home has been renovated since Kennedy lived there, decked out with all the luxury details of modern day, but it still has that classic and traditional feel.
When you first enter into the sun-drenched foyer, you’re greeted by an elegant staircase.
Inside the designer gourmet kitchen, you’ll find custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and a large island with a breakfast bar.
For more formal meals, head to the dining room which has its own fireplace and access to the outdoor terrace.
The living room features bright windows, recessed lighting and another cozy fireplace to curl up next to.
There’s also a wood-paneled library that has its own wet bar.
The spacious master suite features a luxe bathroom with heated floors and a separate tub that has a pretty amazing view outside.
And for an even better view, you can head to the upper-level terrace which looks like a great place to entertain guests or just soak up some sun privately.
The townhouse is located in the Georgetown neighborhood which is also home to other Kennedy history. He met his future first lady Jacqueline Lee Bouvier at a dinner party just a few blocks away from this house in 1951.
See more photos at the listing from Christie-Anne Weiss of TTR Sotheby's International Realty.