According to Curbed, a home once owned by JFK in Washington D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood has been listed for sale at $7.4 million. Georgetown is a highly desirable section of Washington located just west of downtown. The Federal-style home includes three bedrooms and two baths. JFK lived there with his sister Eunice from 1949-1951 when he was serving as a U.S. Senator. Interior finishes include traditional crown molding, a curved banister stairway, and a wood-filled study.

Architect Richard Foster and builder Tom Glass thoroughly renovated the home, polishing its classic bones and updating details for contemporary living. The first floor centers around a spacious, updated kitchen and a formal dining room that leads an outdoor terrace. There’s also a “salon” and formal living room, giving you a cushy couch for every occasion.

A winding staircase in the soaring entrance leads to the upstairs bedrooms, a library with a powder room, and a rooftop terrace. The property also comes with an attached garage, painted a trendy black to match the door and shutters.

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