Wexford, JFK's Virginia vacation home is still sitting pretty on the market, even after a $3 million price chop. However, there's more than meets the eye in regards to this 166 acre estate as this video courtesy of NBC New York's Open House blog clearly shows. Sure the listing photos show that the current owners have kept the place in its quaint state, complete with photos of the former first family, but they somehow eschew the austere living room with the wall of windows looking out into the Blue Ridge mountains and the master bedroom with its french doors leading to the patio. This video reveals the features of the home picked out by the President (as opposed to Jackie, who designed much of the house) and furthermore, it takes the viewer into the the guest home's nuclear bomb shelter. The four bedroom, 5050 square foot home is still on the market for $7.95 million.
· Inside JFK's Former Country Retreat [NBC New York]
· All Wexford Coverage [CDC]