It's no secret that, for the most part, after the president is elected he will live in the White House. In the spirit of Presidents' Day, The Washington Post rounded up all of the locations where commanders in chiefs lived before, during and after their time living there. Because their careers often brought them to Washington before reaching presidential status, they also tended to move around. John F. Kennedy, lived in five different Georgetown townhouses. In that regard, they only listed the most recent residence before making the big move. Read on to see the residences—they could be near you! Read More