Mansion Global: Estate in Virginia designed by Jacqueline Kennedy is back on market at reduced price

Wexford, the Virginia house U.S. first lady Jacqueline Kennedy designed herself, is back on the market at a steep discount.

Built from late 1962 through the summer of 1963, the four-bedroom, five-bathroom house is for sale at $5.95 million, reduced from $7.95 million, the asking price in September of 2015; in 2013, it was on the market for $10.99 million.

Located on over 166 acres in Atoka, the estate, which has a gated private entrance and features land views, includes four parcels, a gourmet kitchen, a pool, a tennis court and a stable, according to a listing from Mary Ann McGowan of Thomas & Talbot Real Estate in Middleburg.

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