CIRCA 1960s: Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy enjoys herself at a picnic circa the 1960s. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s former Georgetown property is on the market. The piece of Washington, D.C. history is available for a whopping $26.5 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Located at 3017 North Street Northwest in Washington, the sprawling estate featuring three homes is where the former first lady stayed following President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963.

Represented by Jonathan Taylor of Sotheby’s International Reality, the property is listed under the trust of entrepreneur David W. Hudgens, who combined the three homes into a 13-bedroom mansion before his death in November 2022 according to the publication, making the home 16,300-square-feet.

First Lady Jackie Kennedy reportedly once lived in the house at 3017 N Street Northwest in Washington, DC on May 27, 2016. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

Formerly owned by Kennedy Onassis who purchased it in December 1963, the home quickly became a tourist attraction. The family to move out after approximately nine months to avoid the immense amount of attention.

Mr. Hudgens bought each house individually — the first in 1997 for $1.2 million, the second in 2006 for $1.6 million and the final home, the one in which Kennedy Onassis lived, for $5.25 million in 2017. Remodeling and connecting the homes over the span of four years, Hudgens called upon the architectural prowess of Dale Overmyer, who was commissioned to take on the project.

Jackie Kennedy and her sister Lee Radziwill are shown leaving the new Georgetown home, which Mrs. Kennedy recently purchased. The former First Lady inspected the home just prior to departing, with her two children, for Palm Beach, Florida, where they will spend the Christmas holidays. Man in center is William Baldwin a New York City interior decorator.

According to the outlet, though the homes have been connected since Kennedy Onassis’ stay, each house maintains their own original, individual characteristics.

Per Zillow, the listing will be the most expensive on the market in Georgetown. According to the real estate company, the property not only served as a home to Kennedy Onassis, but to Georgetown mayor Thomas Beall, former Miss America Yolande Fox and Secretary of War Newton D. Baker throughout the years.

Recognized on the National Register of Historic Places, its official listing reads, “The classic facade of this timeless estate introduces one of Georgetown’s most important estate residences. The focal point of this storied estate is a grand Federal style home built in the late 18th century which has been home to several prominent Americans including most notably First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.”