Jacqueline Kennedy herself designed the Wexford estate on Rattlesnake Mountain in Virginia in the early 1960s. However, the home wasn’t completed until 1963 and the Kennedy family only had one chance to spend a weekend there together before JFK (who, rumors have it, was not a fan of that home) was assassinated in November of that year. Jackie sold the property the following year.
Taking all that happy history into account, the home, which appears to have been remodeled since its original construction was just put on the market with an asking price of $5.95 million, down from a high point of $10.995 million a few years ago.
The estate, named Wexford after the Irish county from which the Kennedy family emigrated, includes 166 acres of land, a pool, a tennis court, and a stable.