WASHINGTON — Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is leaving behind more than just a shaky legacy.
The Atty. General, now a professor and administrator at Texas Tech in Lubbock, Tex., has put his McLean, Va. hamlet up for sale for 1.075 mil, according to the Washington Post’s Reliable Source column.
The Post reports that the home, which was purchased for $1.05 million in 2005, has five bedrooms, four-bathrooms “two-car garage, gorgeous views, finished basement, granite countertops — and a sophisticated security system with video-monitored entrances, and a safe room off the master bedroom, behind a thick metal door.”
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