Fox News’ Bret Baier Lists Massive D.C. Mansion

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Who would have thought that television news broadcasters could live like movie stars? Fox News's main political anchor, Bret Baier, has launched its massive Washington Hills-style Beverly Hills-style mansion for $ 7.9 million, reports.
The monumental limestone residence with an area of ​​almost 11,000 square meters is located west of the Georgetown district in the municipality of Phillips Park and extends over four levels with five bedrooms and four bathrooms and two guest toilets. Although the stately mansion has the opulent formal aesthetics of a historic house, it is actually a fairly new building that was built in 2013.
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A look inside shows a large foyer and a staircase as well as a living room and a staircase. As befits a large manor house suitable for receptions and dinner parties, high ceilings and a built-in bar greet visitors near the entrance. There is also a formal dining room, a gourmet kitchen with high quality appliances, marble counters and an attached breakfast room. The adjoining family room leads to the back yard.
Additional features include a custom library and multiple guest rooms with private bathrooms, as well as a luxurious master suite with fitted wardrobes and a deluxe bathroom. On the lower level there is a fitness center, a basketball court, a demonstration room with leather seat and a wine cellar as well as two guest rooms. An elevator connects all four floors of the spacious manor house. The outside areas of the house include a covered terrace for eating and relaxing, a small garden and a lap pool.
Nancy Taylor Bubes with Washington Fine Properties holds the listing.
The 49-year-old Baier, who is married to two sons, has been with Fox News since 2001. He started out as a Pentagon correspondent and in five years made 11 trips to Afghanistan and 13 trips to Iraq. In 2007 he became the network's White House correspondent before becoming its political editor-in-chief. He broadcast his "Special Report With Bret Baier" show from home while practicing social distancing, and told people that the advent of Covid-19 was a particular concern for his son Paul, who had several open surgery operations Hearts and "vulnerable in this environment." The family dog ​​Coco was also a problem during the closure - but not for health reasons. "We have to be careful not to bark in the middle of a show," he said.
Baier has owned a vacation rental in Naples, Florida since 2011, when it was purchased for just over $ 1.5 million, and his previous home, a six-bedroom apartment in the suburb of Washington, DC's historic Berkley neighborhood, is complete Furnished with Ralph Lauren furnishings were sold for just over $ 3 million according to an 2013 Washington Post article.
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