The home where Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and her children lived in following the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy is now on the market for $10 million.
The former First Lady lived in the historic Washington, D.C., residence, known as the Riggs-Riley House, with young children Caroline and John Jr., for a year after leaving the White House.
The anything-but-ordinary estate offers an array of unique features that would satisfy any discerning buyer looking for a luxurious property in the Georgetown area.
"Rarely does such a splendid piece of architecture become available in Georgetown," TTR Sotheby's International Realty's Michael Rankin told Southern Living. "These are legacy homes, and the prominence of this offering adds to its desirability for buyers, especially those looking to own a piece of history."
The single-family home, built in 1805, was last sold in 1997 for $1.7 million, and was previously owned by former New York governor W. Averell Harriman and his wife Pamela Churchill Harriman when Onassis resided there with her children.
Scroll through to see photos of the wife of JFK's former abode.
The 9,339-square-foot residence offers an enchanting formal dining room with a fireplace, Zuber wallpaper, hardwood floors, crown molding as well as a mesmerizing chandelier.
Apart from the 12 foot-high ceilings, the home boasts countless original details such as vibrant wall colors and antique furniture.
Onassis' children had plenty of room to run around in their eight-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion that sits on a .38 acre lot.
While the home had been renovated after Onassis' stay, architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen made sure to maintain the estate's Federal-style architecture.
The numerous terraces provide the perfect space for a family gathering or peaceful moment alone.
The secluded estate is complete with the stunning in-ground pool.