The Kennedy's "Winter White House" has officially left the family.
The oceanfront abode where John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy once resided with their children in Palm Beach, Fla., has been sold for $31 million.
The iconic two-story property — which the former president and his family used as a vacation home — was sold to Jane Goldman, the daughter of late NYC real estate investor, Sol Goldman, last week, a source confirmed to People.
The Kennedy compound, pictured in 2004. (Photo Credit: Splash Images)
"It is a national treasure," the insider said, adding the 15,347-square-foot home includes 11 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms.
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"The new owner plans a massive, multimillion-dollar renovation to preserve and enhance this historic property making it more livable for families of today. It will be a Mediterranean masterpiece," the source said.
John's father, Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., allegedly purchased the Mediterranean-style mansion in the early 1920s. JFK died at age 46 in November 1963 and his wife, Jackie, passed away at age 64 in May 1994.
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