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.
Country Living reports that the 1,934-square-foot home located at 3419 Q Street NW in Georgetown is now on the market.
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.
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.”
After meeting Jacqueline that evening, Kennedy reportedly told friends, “I’ve never met anyone like her.”
The couple wed in Newport, Rhode Island two years later.