John and Jackie Kennedy's Virginia country house is on the market -- it was the only house that the Kennedys built together, and for just under $11 million, you can have your own 160-acre Camelot in horse country.
Wexford, where the president was only able to spend a short amount of time before his assassination, was named by Jackie after the Ireland town where Kennedy's family has its roots.
Jackie supposedly had a White House decorator help with its interior design. But Kennedy himself wasn't crazy about the place -- he preferred being by the ocean, while Jackie was partial to fox hunting.
Ronald Reagan was a later resident -- he rented Wexford from a Nixon cabinet member in 1980, and prepared for his debates against Jimmy Carter there. He was probably happy; his next door neighbors were then-Senator John Warner (R-Va.) and his wife, Elizabeth Taylor, who claimed to have had affairs with both Kennedy and Reagan at other times in their lives.
Presidential candidate Ronald Reagan, left, and Nancy Reagan are joined by Sen. John Warner, R-Va., right, in a horseback ride on the grounds of Wexford, a retreat the Reagans are renting near Middleburg, Va. Warner and wife Elizabeth Taylor live on the neighboring farm. (AP Photo/Walt Zeboski)
Check out these listing photos to see what you think of the four-bedroom, five-bath home in Middleburg, Va. -- about an hour outside D.C. -- and its pool, tennis courts, pond, stables and other amenities. Even if you're not crazy about Wexford itself, just imagine the adventures you might have there:
More Kennedy houses can be ogled here. And get more of a peek inside Wexford -- plus take a look at the Kennedys, their kids and their horses -- in these great videos from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
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