Bret Baier, a Fox News anchor, is offering his residence in Washington, D.C. for an unprecedented $31.9 million. The previous year, Baier purchased a residence in Palm Beach, Florida, for more than $37 million.
Baier and his consort, Amy, have documented the most exorbitant residential sell price for their chateau-style French residence in the annals of Washington, D.C. Daniel Heider, a real estate agent with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, is reportedly the one who will list the property.
He is widely recognized on Fox News for his positions as executive editor of the program Special Report and chief political anchor. The news was initially disclosed by The Wall Street Journal, a subsidiary of News Corp.
The property was acquired by the couple in 2018 for $5.4 million. Nevertheless, they invested three years in the construction of five chambers and the expansion of the residence by 16,250 square feet. It has been reported that the undertaking spent a total of $30 million.
The Baiers moved into their permanent residence in Washington, D.C., in April 2022. Furthermore, they initiated regular visits to their Palm Beach estate following its acquisition during the summer of the identical year. Baier noted that subsequent to the pandemic, the family started allocating more time to the Sunshine State, a destination where his children take pleasure in golf.
“The move to Florida was a great adventure for our family, and the boys fell in love with it,” he told the WSJ.
The mansion, which is valued at $31 million, includes seven lavatories, two partial bathrooms, heated floors, a home gym, a movie theater, an indoor sports court, and a golf simulator. According to The Washingtonian, the estate comprises two three-car garages, a heated pool measuring 56 feet in length, and a paved motor court featuring a fountain.
Amy Baier told the WSJ, “We created this private place where we could escape to and not worry about any intruders.” The family placed a high value on privacy and security.