You Can Buy a Country Home Designed by Jackie Kennedy

Shaunacy Ferro

You don’t have to become president to have a street address in common with Jackie Kennedy Onassis. Wexford, the 1963 estate she designed as a presidential getaway, is up for sale, Curbed reports. 

The 166-acre property in Middleburg, Virginia was only used for one weekend by the then-First Lady and President Kennedy before he was assassinated. The one-story ranch house has a pool, tennis court, and a stable, so you can ride through the countryside just like the famously horse-crazy First Lady. 

Sure, the interiors are looking a little dated—photos show it's been remodeled since the Kennedys left—but such is the price of historic significance. The asking price is $5.95 million.

[h/t Curbed]

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