Kennedy’s move from the White House into the home at 3017 N St Nw in the Georgetown neighborhood was highly publicized, and according to a a historical report commissioned on the property by Hudgens, 75 people people gathered on the block hoping to catch a glimpse of the former first lady as boxes were carried inside. Later, The Washington Post would describe the home as a “foremost tourist attraction,” captivating hundreds of people each weekend, who would gather along 3000 blocks of N Street and often left garbage behind. Eventually, this unwanted attention prompted Kennedy to move back to New York.
Though Jackie Kennedy’s former home is located at 3017 N St Nw, the listing now includes two other addresses—3009 and 3003 N St Nw—which were combined into one property in 2017 by Hudgens. The full estate encompasses over 15,000 square feet, 13 bedrooms, and 13 bathrooms. According to The Wall Street Journal, if it sells at its listing amount, it could set a price record in Washington, DC. Inside, the property features oak herringbone flooring, elegant moulding, and hand-painted frescoes on the ceiling. “Unparalleled in history, design, and execution, 3003–3017 N St NW is a home for the most discerning buyer and is undoubtably one of Georgetown’s most storied estates,” the listing concludes.