From the WSJ:
Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is asking $4.6 million for his three-bedroom house in Washington, D.C.
The former Goldman Sachs CEO, who defends the bailout of Wall Street in his recently published memoir, “On the Brink,” bought the home with his wife, Wendy, in 2006 for $4.3 million. The three-story home sits on 0.44 wooded acres and has beamed ceilings, an office and a master suite with a living area. The entry level of the home has some of the bedrooms; the lower floor has living space that leads out to stone terraces.
Adjacent to a park, the home was built in 1940 and gut-renovated in 2001. It has sold several times in the last 10 years; broker Anne Hatfield Weir of Washington Fine Properties, who shares the listing with her sister Heidi Hatfield of the same firm, says owners have kept selling as they’ve left the area. “It’s a charming house,” she said. The Paulsons are moving to Chicago, according to an item in the Washington Post Wednesday.