Google Image Result for http://www.zillow.com/blog/files/2010/01/kennedy-compound-names1.jpg

Google Image Result for http://www.zillow.com/blog/files/2010/01/kennedy-compound-names1.jpg

John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline being interviewed by LIFE Magazine.

The Kennedy Family At Play

A bold turquoise door makes for a cheerful entrance in this Palm Springs showhouse. - Photo: Karyn Millet

A bold turquoise door makes for a cheerful entrance in this Palm Springs showhouse. - Photo: Karyn Millet

Kennedy Compound in Barnstable, Massachusetts. (home of the Kennedy family; Hyannis Port).

Kennedy Compound in Barnstable, Massachusetts. (home of the Kennedy family; Hyannis Port).

The pool terrace located in front of the house is a prime place to mingle and enjoy the California sun.

The pool terrace located in front of the house is a prime place to mingle and enjoy the California sun.

<p>Midcentury design makes a splash at the Christopher Kennedy Compound Modernism Week Showhouse</p>

<p>Midcentury design makes a splash at the Christopher Kennedy Compound Modernism Week Showhouse</p>

Jackie Kennedy, right, and her mother, on Irving Street outside her home in the Kennedy Compound.

Jackie Kennedy, right, and her mother, on Irving Street outside her home in the Kennedy Compound.

The Kennedy Compound  1095 N. Ocean Blvd.  Palm Beach, FL 33480  The 11-bedroom home called “La Guerida” which means “bounty of war”, served as the “Winter White House” during the John F. Kennedy administration. Originally built in 1923, the house was sold in 1933 to Joseph Kennedy as a family vacation home for $120,000. It was totally renovated in the 1990s and went on the market in 1993 for $7million. It finally sold in 1995 for nearly $5million to New York banker John K. Castle.

The Kennedy Compound 1095 N. Ocean Blvd. Palm Beach, FL 33480 The 11-bedroom home called “La Guerida” which means “bounty of war”, served as the “Winter White House” during the John F. Kennedy administration. Originally built in 1923, the house was sold in 1933 to Joseph Kennedy as a family vacation home for $120,000. It was totally renovated in the 1990s and went on the market in 1993 for $7million. It finally sold in 1995 for nearly $5million to New York banker John K. Castle.

Pinterest
Search