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Senator Edward Kennedy’s Place in Washington DC Still Available

by Marquette Turner

in Features, Rich & Famous, Variety

Senator Edward Kennedy’s place in Washington is still up for grabs. Confused? No, CNN is not lying and Senator Brown hasn’t been ousted. Read on…

Despite passing away in August 2009 at the age of 77, Senator Kennedy has again been in the news recently, not just because the battle for his Senate seat in Massachusetts has been completed (and won by Scott Brown, a Republican that shares a number of similarities with the his predecessor) but also because his stunning mansion in Washington, DC is up for sale.

On the market for a price rumoured to be in the vicinity of $8 million, the 8,996 square foot colonial-style mansion has five bedrooms, plus 8 bathrooms.

Located in the Sheridan-Kalorama neighbourhood, “Ted” Kennedy and his wife Victoria purchased the home in 1998 for $2,775,000, and features a gym established by California’s own Arnold Schwarzenegger. No doubt a list of people whom have stepped through the front door world read like a Who’s Who of worldwide officialdom and celebrity.

Simon Turner

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