Fox News political commentator Tucker Carlson sold his handsome home in Washington, D.C., to a slender, affluent Kent neighborhood for lor 3.9 million. Gave. Coast. The heir to the frozen food became a paleoconservative firebrand pundit, after the resignation of Blake Kneff (“Tucker Carlson Tonight”), now the lead author of his popular night show, when he found the racist internet post, he didn’t realize much about the resignation. He and his wife, Susan, bought the DC residence about three years ago for 3.895 million. In late 2018, a group of about 20 anti-fascist protesters gathered in front of the house in an aggressive protest that was broken up by police and criticized by many of Carlson’s supporters and detractors.
Nancy Taylor Bubes listings in Washington Fine Properties include approximately 7,400 square feet, five bedrooms in a stone-built residence and 6.5 bathrooms. Other notable features include a generous formal leisure space with a ten-foot-high ceiling. Arranged around a large island, the high-end gourmet kitchen flows into an informal dining area and family home, with a raised-end stone fireplace and transom-top glass doors in both courtyards, a family room in a finished basement and a guest house. There is a gym, while upstairs there are four suite guest bedrooms plus a master suite with full vaulted ceilings, two walk-in rooms and a spacious bathroom. The quarter-acre property landscaped home’s backyard comes with stone-paved covered gestures that feature shady stretched lawns, a swimming pool, an outdoor fountain and a sauna.
It is not clear whether the “dance with the stars” plaque plans to establish new roots in the nation’s capital. However, unless he remembers the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak across the state, he can always return to his acquired abode of a high-altitude community on Gasparila Island, Florida. Tax records show that in June (2020), the Daily Caller bought 1/3 of his own residence in the late 191/0s from Neil Patel, co-founder of the conservative news and opinion site. Marketing materials and other online resources indicate that the nearly 3,000-square-foot single-story residence was built under the leadership of Ralph Twichel, a modernist architect from Sarasota, and features elegant terrazo floors and lots of exotic Cyprus wood paneling. In the main house, which is spread over the dining terrace of a very nicely furnished yard, there are three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, while a poolside guesthouse adds another bedroom and bathroom.