Kellyanne Conway purchases D.C. mansion

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Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway reportedly just bought a home in Washington, D.C., signaling that she intends to work long-term in the Trump administration.

Conway selected an $8 million, 1920s mansion in D.C.’s upscale Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood.

The four-story, 15,000 square foot home is situated on a half-acre parcel across the Rock Creek Parkway from the Kalorama area where Ivanka Trump and former President Obama rent residences and blocks from Embassy Row, where Hillary Clinton stays when she is in the city.

The Washingtonian reported that the house has gone on and off the market during the past several years. The previous owner, former acting Prime Minister of Pakistan, passed away last year and the property has been vacant ever since.

The house was classified as under contract as of Sunday. The identification of the buyer is confidential, yet sources claim that it is certainly Conway, who also owns a home in Alpine, New Jersey.

According to, the D.C. mansion is an “elegant residence” perfect for “large scale entertaining.” Conway’s family will enjoy eight bedrooms, 10 full baths and 3 half baths, a large eat-in kitchen, a wine cellar, a billiards room, a catering kitchen, a library and even a servant’s quarters. The property also features a pool and a cabana.

Residents of the area have reacted positively to reports about their potential new neighbor. “We would welcome anyone to our neighborhood. It’s a very special place,” said one local.


H/T: Heat Street

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