Filed under: Estates
The late Senator Ted Kennedy's Senate seat has been filled by Scott Brown and now his widow, Victoria Kennedy has put her Washington D.C. home on the market. As the Real Estalker reports no listing price is given but it is sandwiched between a $9 million house and a $7 million house in the agent's list so in the $8 million range is a safe bet. The six-bedroom home was purchased in 1998 for $2,775,000. It it is located in the genteel Kalorama neighborhood and has a classic facade with a rather White-House-like entrance complete with a columned portico and a hanging lamp over the front door.
The elegant home has a stately feel. The living room has cream colored decor and paintings reflecting the Kennedy love of the ocean. A long sun room has fan windows and a few Kennedy pictures on a table but the room that appeals most is Kennedy's narrow wood-paneled library which features a fireplace. The home includes an eat-in kitchen and a home gym set up with an Endless Pool. Mrs. Kennedy isn't leaving Washington, she has purchased a smaller three bedroom in the area for $1.65 million.
Gallery: Victoria Kennedy in Washington D.C.