Here's your chance to own a piece of Kennedy history -- and live in it too.
The home in Marshall, Virginia, intended for weekend getaways for President John F. Kennedy and his family is on the market for $10.995 million. It was designed by Jackie Kennedy and built in 1963, shortly before his death.
The four-bedroom, 4.5-bath home, known as Wexford, is a "once in a lifetime opportunity" to relive the days of Camelot, according to the listing. But JFK stayed at Wexford for only two weekends before he was assassinated, according to Redfin. The home was sold in 1964.
Sitting on more than 166 acres, the 5,050-square-foot home includes a pool, pond, tennis court, stone fences and offers mountain views.
The property includes four parcels and has potential for tax credit-easements, the listing says.