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Posted at 12:07 PM ET, 05/13/2012

Surreal estate: Stacie Turner of ‘Housewives’ puts home on the market


The old D.C. “Housewives” gang back in 2010; Stacie Turner is in purple, second from right. (Diane Bondereff/NBC Newswire)
Sellers: Stacie and Jason Turner

Asking price: $1.195 million


Inside the Turner house (Janell Coles)
Details: Want to live like one of the “The Real Housewives of D.C.”? Check out this striking home where part of the short-lived reality series was filmed. Built in 1926, the four-bedroom villa-style mansion in 16th Street Heights served as a church and a consulate over the years. When the real estate agent and her consultant husband (who recently separated) bought it in 1999, “there were holes in the floor, you could see through the ceilings,” she told our colleague Abha Bhattarai. They reworked it into a 4,800-square foot showplace – the living room has a 19-foot ceiling – which two years ago played host to a few amusingly tense made-for-TV parties when the owners briefly became reality stars.


Read more at Where We Live blog: D.C. home that belonged to ‘Real Housewife’ on the market, 5/11/12

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Categories:  Surreal Estate, Real Housewives of D.C.

 
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