Bernie Sanders hails from Burlington, Vt., which is where his main residence is located. Snapped up by the politician in 2009, he reportedly paid $405,000 for the house that has now gone up in value to around $464,000. According to the Daily Mail, that “is 50 percent higher than the median listing price of other homes in the area.” A standard (if almost stereotypical) suburban parcel, it boasts four bedrooms, a two-car garage, and plenty of green space outside. If you’re interested to know what life is like at home for the Sanders, Propy notes that the Colonial house “is sometimes used as a rental.”
Perhaps Sanders rents out the house when he’s staying in his one-bedroom pied-à-terre apartment situated in a stylish 1890 row house in Washington, D.C., which happens to be located a mere half-mile from the Capitol Building. The most expensive of his homes, Sanders paid around $700,000 for this pad. When it comes to real estate, it’s all about location, location, location!
That also holds true for Sanders’ third home. Situated on a picturesque island, this one has raised some eyebrows.
Written by: Nicki