Washington Post associate editor and famous investigative reporter Bob Woodward's house isn't on the market...but his next-door neighbor's is. The seven bedroom, 8500 square foot Georgetown abode was built by D.C.'s first mayor, Henry Cooke. Additionally, the home has a fireplace, high ceilings and an aerial view down that curved staircase which looks like an M.C. Escher painting. However, living that close to one of the reporters who broke the Watergate Scandal will take more than a healthy interest in American history and politics. Ask is just under $5 million.
· You Can Be Bob Woodward's Next Door Neighbor — For $4.9 Million [Washingtonian]
· 3023 Q Street NW [Cathie Gill]