Sunday, January 29, 2012

Here's the answers.......

Did you get any right?

Gingrich purchased his home (above) in McLean in 2000 for $995,000. The 5-bedroom, 5-bath home has 5,206 square feet of living space. The Colonial-style home was built in 1987. Only 10 miles from the White House, McLean is a critical suburban outpost for the Beltway political crowd.


Out of the slew of GOP candidates, Romney also owns the most real estate, although he has downsized in the last few years. He currently owns a townhouse in Boston, as well as a beachfront home in La Jolla, Calif., which he bought in 2008 for $12 million. Romney applied for a permit to expand his beachfront La Jolla home in 2011 and will reportedly begin construction when his presidential campaign is finished.

Here's the other view of Romney's house


At 76, Paul has been successful in rallying younger voters seeking a leader who promises to alter the political structure of the country. And true to the profile of a man who advocates people doing things for themselves — in politics or elsewhere — it's not surprising to find that Paul is trying to sell his house via the Internet without a real estate agent or broker. The Lake Jackson, TX home is priced at $325,000 and has 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 5,500 square feet of living space.


In 2007, after much controversy about whether he and his large family actually resided in Pennsylvania during his Senate terms, Santorum bought a yellow Colonial-style home in Great Falls, Va., for $2 million in 2007. The 4-bedroom, 5-bath home sits on five acres and includes a cobbled drive and heated pool.


angieinpink said...

i knew paul, but got the others jumbled. :) very interesting!

Sassy said...

HOW FUN!!!! Love learning new things and homes have ALWAYS been such an interest of mine......thanks