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JFK’s Beautiful Georgetown Home!

In the late 1940s, a young John Fitzgerald Kennedy moved to Washington D.C. as a newby congressional representative from Massachusetts where he lived in a beautiful red-brick home in the city’s Georgetown neighborhood.  According to local legend, JFK first met Jacqueline Bouvier at a nearby neighborhood dinner party when introduced by a mutual friend.  According to the friend, Jack reached across the table for the asparagus and asked her for a date. Today, after extensive renovation and updating, the stately home is on the market at $4.68 million.

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