Weekly Top Ten Real Estate Hot List Tue: 10-09-2012
It’s really quite a mystery and the answer to which we may never be privy. Or we may, considering that the Washington gossip mill is one of the fastest and strongest in the nation. Speculation being what it is - contagious, we couldn’t resist. When Jesse Jr. was hospitalized for bipolar II, his Washington D.C. Dupont Circle townhouse was put on the market . . for eleven days . . .before it was promptly pulled off! According to the Chicago Sun Times, it may have been put on the market to help pay the medical bills incurred during his hospitalization. Whoa Nellie! We’ve heard, and keep hearing, about Congress’ bountiful, comprehensive health coverage - one that brings tears of envy to the rest of us. So what’s the real deal? The Mayo Clinic’s definition of bipolars I and II tells us that the manic episodes in both types can lead to irrational behavior, so was that the reason for putting the house on the market - and promptly withdrawing it when he was stabilized and released?
Located in the middle of all things Washington, the historic home’s address is enviable at Dupont Circle. Built in 1921, the attached row house Victorian has 4 bedrooms and 5 baths within 1,560 square feet. There are 5 floors, 5 fireplaces, 2 kitchens and a private outdoor terrace garden.
Home was on market at $2.5 million for 11 days but was quickly removed.