A historical home in Washington, D.C. hit the market for $4.7 million earlier last week. While historical homes have no shortage in the city where presidents reside, this house has a unique history that you can’t find in many properties. Formerly owned by President John F. Kennedy, the all-brick estate has distinguished craftsmanship in every room with designs curated by renowned architect Richard Foster, who also built the famous theater used by the American Ballet.
The second floor features a relaxed living space with an open floor plan and a private office with wood-paneled walls, and plenty of storage space. Large windows allow for natural light to flow from room to room making the open space feel bright and airy.
With a master ensuite bedroom that includes its own fireplace, it’s hard to not feel that presidential status that the Kennedy’s are known for. Modern recessed lights in the ceiling and stainless steel hardware in the bathroom make the historical home feel a bit more modern.
The rooftop terrace, attached garage, and butler’s kitchen, this home stands out from the other properties you might find in Washington, D.C. With more than 4,500 square feet, this home could be the perfect place to call your next family home.
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