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Famous White House Reporter's Woodley Park Abode Asks $1M

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Sarah McClendon served as the nation's longest-serving White House reporter, known for infuriating presidents with questions that were more often than not necessary and overlooked. According to The New York Times, "[She was] first mocked in an almost all-male press corps, then scorned as a vocal crank, and finally honored as a pioneer." Now, this pioneer's home is on the Woodley Park market with an asking price of $1,050,000. The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom townhome experienced over $400,000 in renovations in 2014 with upgrades to the electrical and plumbing systems, the kitchen, and more. Inside, you can find hardwood flooring throughout, crown molding, exposed stone walls, a patio, and a parking space.


· 2933 28th Street NW [Redfin]
· Sarah McClendon, Reporter At White House, Dies at 92 [The New York Times]

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, , DC 20500