PHOTOS: Jacqueline Kennedy’s former Georgetown mansion on sale for $26.5M

The home to former political and cultural legends ranging from former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis, former Miss America Yolande Fox and the second mayor of Georgetown Thomas Beall, is hitting the market at a whopping $26.5 million.

As first reported by Axios, the Georgetown mansion, located at 3017 N Street in NW D.C., chances to be the priciest home on the market in D.C. history. The mansion is also recognized on the National Register of Historic Places.



The 1790s grand Federal style home is 16,300 square feet with 13 bedrooms, 13 full and five half bathrooms, and a three-car garage. Its highlights include a grand main hall, original fireplaces, multiple balconies an Italian-style entertaining room with a chandelier and a spa-inspired bath.

In 2017, the property was combined with two neighboring homes, 3009 N Street and 3003 N Street NW, and was renovated to include the additional bedrooms and outdoor spaces. There’s even a tunnel underneath the home connecting to the garage!

The high-quality craftsmanship, history and design of the multimillion-dollar mansion makes it one of Georgetown’s most sought after estates.

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