Tucker Carlson, the host of the nightly talk show “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” is selling his house in Washington, DC. The Fox News stalwart is asking $3.95 million for his luxury home.
On the market for just over a week, the mansion has already attracted buyer interest and is currently in contingent sale status.
If the listing sells for asking price, Carlson will pretty much break even, compared to what he paid for the place in 2017. He acquired the home, which was built in 1998, for $3.895 million three years ago.
With five bedrooms and 6.5 baths, the 7,400-square-foot custom home, built by Jim Gibson Builders, includes a main level with 10-foot ceilings and generous entertaining spaces. The gourmet eat-in kitchen comes with an attached family room for casual dining and lounging.
The large master suite offers two walk-in closets and a master bathroom, and there are four more en suite bedrooms. A lower level includes a bedroom with bath, family room, gym, and large storage room.
Outside, a quarter-acre landscaped backyard comes with mature plantings, a pool, outdoor shower, and sauna.
Before he bought this home in 2017, Carlson owned a home about a mile away.
He purchased his previous home in 2011 for $2 million. After listing it for $2.2 million in May 2017, the place sold for slightly less, $2.04 million, in September of that year.
With seven bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, the 4,784-square-foot Colonial included a renovated kitchen that opens to a spacious den. In addition, the main level has a large living room, dining room, sunroom, and plenty of space for relaxing or entertaining. The property comes with a garage and driveway parking.
Carlson, 51, has hosted the “Tucker Carlson Tonight” show on Fox News since 2016. He’s been a political analyst on the network since 2009. Prior to his stint with Fox, he had shows on both CNN and MSNBC, and in 2010, he co-founded and initially served as editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller.