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Over the weekend, Patti Blagojevich was lamenting her terrible reality television fate in an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times.
Unable to get a job, with school bills looming and two homes—-a Chicago property and a Washington D.C. condo—-facing “government forfeiture,” as the article states, Blagojevich had no choice but to appear on “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me out of Here.”
Which got me thinking: What do the Blagojeviches need that D.C. home for, anyway?
Not much, it would seem—-and they’re in agreement. The condo is on the market.
This apparently “spacious” two-bedroom/two-bathroom Dupont unit has hardwood floors, a balcony, a fireplace, and “great flow,” whatever that means. It was first listed on May 19 for $570,000. The unit is number 303 in the Waterford building on 18th Street.