For a four-bedroom house in Marshall, Va., $11 million (at more than $2,000 a square foot) sounds a little steep. That is, until you take into account the 166 acres it sits on, and its illustrious pedigree. Wexford, as it’s known, was built by Jackie Kennedy in 1963 and served as the Kennedys’ retreat, if only briefly. After John F. Kennedy had spent just two weekends there, he was assassinated, and the house was sold the next year.
Still, the Kennedy bragging rights live on in the property, as do the private pond, tennis courts, stone walls, and random eagles. Take a look around:
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