Casa Stephanopoulos on the Market

Courtesy of TTR Sotheby's International Realty

Last month Georgetown’s own George Stephanopoulos was offered the hosting job of Good Morning America. As GMA is a New York-based show, George had to move himself and the rest of his family (the “Stephanopouli”) up north.

While there was some speculation around Georgetown about whether he’d keep some connection to his home of many years, it looks like any connection won’t come in the form of a mansion on 31st St.: they just put their home up for sale.

And for a cool $6.35 million, it can now be yours! (Although by GM’s calculation, it will probably go for about $5.67 million). Check out what could be yours after the jump:

Courtesy of TTR Sotheby's International Realty

The Grand Foyer: Get used to the seashells, they’re all over this house.

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The Living Room: More seashells and coral.

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The Kitchen: Check out that huge TV over the stove.

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The Family Room: Yup, that’s a giant seashell. And more gray.

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George’s Closet: Does he wear any colors?

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The Patio: Kind of limited outdoor space for $6.35 million.

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The Dining Room: Yes, that’s another huge seashell. And more gray.

So what do we learn about the Stephanopouli from this? Apparently they hate lots of color and love seashells. Go figure.

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3 responses to “Casa Stephanopoulos on the Market

  1. Wow, I did run into George while waiting for the bus. I was waiting for the G2 on Dumbarton and this guy and a nanny and a stroller came round the corner and the guy looked familiar. Gad, he’s short.

  2. I’ve walked past that house numerous times and always liked the facade, but it’s a pity the outdoor space is so shallow.

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