In 2013, Wexford, the Virginia house U.S. first lady Jacqueline Kennedy designed herself, was on the market for $10.99 million. The price dropped to $7.95 million in September 2015, and once more this year. MarketWatch staffer Andrea Lopez Cruzado reports that the home can now be had for $5.95 million.
The home was built in 1962 and 1963 in Atoka, Va. It features four-bedrooms, five-bathrooms, a gated private entrance, a gourmet kitchen, a pool, a tennis court, and a stable, according to a listing from Mary Ann McGowan of Thomas & Talbot Real Estate in Middleburg.
Sadly, the Kennedys would only spend three weekends at the house, which cost a total of $127,000 to build, according to the collection auctioned. Their last visit, as recorded by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, was on Nov. 10, 1963, just days before JFK was assassinated in Dallas on Nov. 22. Jackie Kennedy reportedly sold the property a year after her husband’s death.