The House Where JFK and Jackie O. Stayed at on Their Honeymoon Is on Sale For $135 Million

There are so many very famous houses in America and it seems like a lot of them are in Hollywood. All of the stars like to flock to the same areas. If one celeb stays at a hot new house, it seems like five other celebs stay there right after.

The Beverly House is a legendary home that sits in Beverly Hills and has had some very famous people inside of its walls. The iconic Mediterranean Estate was once the home to William Randolph Hearst. It is also notably the honeymoon destination that John F. Kennedy and Jackie O. stayed at. It was recently put on the market for $135 million. Chump change!

The 50,000-square foot home has 19 bedrooms and 29 full bathrooms. In the gated community, this home has a spa and pool, which are heated. There is a tennis court, manicured gardens, an 800-foot driveway, and more on the 3.5-acre property. There is even a coved ballroom, a billiard room, a 2-story wood paneled library, and a tiled formal dining room. The house was built back in 1927 by Gordon Kaufmann.

Not only did JFK and Jackie O. stay at the house together as one of the destinations on their lavish honeymoon, but it also became headquarters for JFK. According to Architectural Digest, the home later became JFK’s West Coast presidential headquarters. Given the size of the place, it was a pretty wise location. The house can comfortably fit 400 dinner guests and 1,000 guests for a casual get together.

The house is listed by Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and the listing agent is Jade Mills. If you can afford this luxury pad, it was listed this week for $135 million. You can check out the listing on Coldwell Banker’s website to see all of the details of the home.

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