JFK and Jackie Kennedy’s First Home as a Married Couple

In December of 1953 John F. Kennedy and Jackie Bouvier Kennedy signed their first lease as a newly married couple at 3321 Dent Place NW. JFK, still a junior senator at the time, and Jackie enjoyed hosting formal dinner parties and relaxing in the backyard garden.

An expansive dining room with real oak molding, and a sun-filled living room with a wall of windows overlooking the garden.

Refinished Canadian oak floors run throughout the main living room, which features floor-to-ceiling glazing and direct access to the backyard.

Original tile wraps around the primary bathroom, complete with a large step-in shower.

A light-filled office is located on the same level as the kitchen, dining, and living areas.

This classic Georgetown home retains numerous period details including wide-board Canadian oak floors, a woodburning fireplace.

Highly airy and light filled white color finished bed room in modern touch of interior test.

Lush green back yard plantation with connected pathway to gathering space.

Outside, the English garden–style backyard, complete with profusions of purple bearded iris and white peonies, leads down an all-brick walkway to a fully detached garage.

Image Ref: Oleks Yaroshynskyi