The Georgetown townhouse were John F. Kennedy met Jackie is for sale for $1.725 million.

JFK and Jacqueline Lee Bouvier met in the townhouse during a dinner party in May 1951.

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John F Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy's engagement photo. Credit: Richard Avedon

John F Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy's engagement photo. Credit: Richard Avedon

Country Living reports that the 1,934-square-foot home located at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown is now on the market.

Dining room at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown. Credit: Sean Shanahan

Dining room at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown. Credit: Sean Shanahan

The three-bedroom house, which was built in 1895, includes hardwood floors, an updated kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, and a wood-burning fireplace. It also has a garage and a brick patio and garden area with an outdoor fire pit.

At the time of the fateful meeting, the home was being rented by Kennedy’s friend Charles Bartlett, a journalist, and his wife, Martha.

Kitchen at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown. Credit: Sean Shanahan

Kitchen at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown. Credit: Sean Shanahan

According to the Washington Post, "with the help of behind-the-scenes machinations by Kennedy family patriarch Joseph Kennedy," Charles and Martha hosted a dinner party for about eight guests "for the express purpose of introducing the eventual president, a notorious bachelor at the time, to his future bride.”

Brick patio and garden area at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown. Credit: Sean Shanahan

Brick patio and garden area at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown. Credit: Sean Shanahan

After meeting Jacqueline that evening, Kennedy reportedly told friends, “I’ve never met anyone like her.”

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The couple wed in Newport, Rhode Island two years later.

Townhouse at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown where JFK met Jackie.Courtesy of Sean Shanahan