JFK and Jackie Kennedy's First Home in Georgetown is Up for Sale

The historic home of former President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, where the couple lived as newlyweds, has been put on sale for $2 million.

JFK was a junior senator when he resided in the Georgetown home with his wife Jackie in the early 1950s. The house located at 3307 N Street NW is now up for sale, offering a unique opportunity to own a piece of American history.

The listing includes candid photos of the couple during their time living there. The pictures showcase intimate moments between them, highlighting their love story.

According to reports, this colonial-style house with three bedrooms and two baths served as JFK's headquarters during his campaign for re-election to Congress from Massachusetts' 11th district in 1952. It was also where he wrote his Pulitzer Prize-winning book "Profiles in Courage."

"The property is steeped in history," said real estate agent Robert Hryniewicki, who represents TTR Sotheby’s International Realty that listed the property."It's not just your average Georgetown townhouse; it's truly an iconic piece of Americana.”

While many people may be interested in owning such rare memorabilia linked to one of America's most beloved presidents and first ladies, Hryniewicki mentioned that they are looking for buyers who will respect its historical significance while preserving its architectural integrity.

"This isn't just another investment property," he said. "We're looking for someone who wants to preserve American history."

This historic home comes with all the charm you would expect from a classic Georgetown townhouse - high ceilings, hardwood floors throughout and elegant finishes - making it ideal both as a private residence or rental investment.

If you have ever dreamed about owning an important part of US political legacy or simply want an elegant family residence with exclusive provenance- then this is the opportunity of a lifetime.