Jack Quinn is the former Clinton White House counsel, co-founder of the public affairs firm QGA Public Affairs, and the new owner of this 9,440-square-foot mansion in Foxhall Village. Washington Business Journal first reported on the sale and claimed that Quinn is both a prominent Washington, D.C. lobbyist and lawyer. Quinn paid $5.4 million for the listing. Curbed first reported on the Ankie Barnes-designed residence in April 2015. The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom single-family home offers lots of bells and whistles, including an outdoor pool, wine cellar, and three fireplaces. Other more unique features include its library, beamed ceilings, and elevator. See what kind of a home someone who rubs elbows with Ed Gillespie would live in with the below photo gallery.
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