While John F. Kennedy’s family had its beloved compound in Hyannis Port, MA, the president’s wife wanted something more private — and Jackie got it, in this country estate outside Washington, D.C.
The First Lady dubbed it Wexford, and she loved the place. “You have done the most fantastic job and everyone agrees that house is really a dream,” she gushed in a letter to the couple who oversaw its renovation. “One could not wish for anything more perfect — if only we could live in it all year long! And Jack loves it.” READ MORE