Kenny Chesney Home “Spectacular Mediterranean compound, private and gated, panoramic views of Santa Monica Bay, Catalina Island, and Malibu Point. Voluminous main house and two detached guest houses, enormous flat grassy yard, beautiful fruit trees and gardens, tiled pool, outdoor oven and barbecue. La Costa Beach rights and tennis membership included.”
In July 1974, Congress designated a house on the southeast corner of 34th Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Washington DC where the vice president of the United States would live. Located on the grounds of the United States Naval Observatory, the house was originally built in 1893 for the Superintendent of the Observatory. Before 1974, vice presidents either bought a temporary home in Washington DC or stayed at hotels. The house is a three-story, white-painted brick, Victorian-style home.