LivingSocial CEO Tim O'Shaughnessy sure is indecisive when it comes to choosing a house. Just over a year ago, he and his wife left the 2,292 square foot Victorian townhouse on the U Street corridor for an exorbitant 4-bedroom, 3,000+ square foot Kalorama townhouse. But as of last month, he and his family are back on T Street and have downsized significantly to a 3 bedroom townhouse that's only 1,708 square feet. So, their new house is smaller than what they started with. If he's not indecisive, he's brilliant for making roughly $150,000 off the sales of his previous two homes. Still, is moving twice in just over a year really worth the extra cash? Why would anyone willingly do that to themselves?
· LivingSocial's Tim O'Shaughnessy buys new home, again [WBJ]
· 1522 T Street NW [Redfin]