The neighborhood just ain’t what it used to be.
With their good friend, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley, gone from Government House, Fox News Channel anchor Greta Van Susteren and her husband, trial lawyer John P. Coale, are selling their Annapolis home around the corner from the governor’s mansion, according to Kathleen Coale, the couple’s daughter-in-law and the real estate agent handling the sale.
Coale also said that the couple is spending more time closer to the District, precipitating the move.
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So now, for $1.825 million, you too can own a piece of Maryland history. The Georgian-style five-bedroom home was built in 1776 and is in Annapolis’ historic district. Dubbed the “Griffith Worthington House,” it was once owned by the Worthingtons, one of Anne Arundel County’s first prominent families.
Other big names you might spot on your way to the grocery store? The Oscar-winning director of “Rain Man,” Barry Levinson, lives about 15 minutes away on the South River.