This is John F. Kennedy's house where he lived with Jackie and their children before he became President.
At the time of John F. Kennedy's inauguration reporters set up outside and the lady across the street took pity on them. It was January and she invited them into her home, where she gave them hot drinks to help them ward off the cold. She also let them make important phone calls to their newspapers and there is a plaque on the side of her house, given in honor of all the help she gave them.
I don't know who lives here but I liked them very much, and there are tiles in a flower design on the roof. I thought the television antennae's were interesting also.
Another place with a fascinating history but I can't remember anything I was told. So much information in such a short space of time. If I ever went on one of these guided tours again I would take a notebook and a pen along, or even a taperecorder.