Real Estate

Check Out the Houses Members of Trump World Have Bought in Washington

From mansions in Kalorama, to condos in Logan Circle and Dupont.

Ever since Donald Trump arrived a year ago, members of his administration have been busy snapping up real estate around Washington—including several of the most expensive houses sold in 2017. Here, a look at where Trump World has moved in over the past 12 months.

1. Bill Stepien

White House political director
Dupont Circle
The ex–Chris Christie aide bought a two-bedroom condo in a 110-year-old building.

Photographs Courtesy of Bright MLS.
Photographs Courtesy of Bright MLS. 

2. Mick Mulvaney

Acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Logan Circle
In June, the onetime South Carolina congressman closed on a two-bedroom condo just south of Logan Circle.

Photograph by Helen Carefoot.
Photograph by Helen Carefoot.

3. Ben Carson

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
The Cabinet member who oversees city housing chose this Colonial nearly 20 miles from the District.

4. Reince Priebus

Former White House chief of staff
Priebus bought this five-bedroom house a week before Inauguration Day—and about six months before he resigned.

 5. Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner

White House advisers
$5,500,000 (they rent for $15,000 a month)
The couple’s landlord is a Chilean billionaire who bought the house in December.

6. Rex Tillerson

Secretary of State
He moved into a 1927 Beaux Arts–style house a few blocks from Javanka.

 7. Kellyanne Conway

Counselor to the President
Massachusetts Avenue Heights
She bought the eight-bedroom mansion that once belonged to a former acting prime minister of Pakistan.

 8. Wilbur Ross

Secretary of Commerce
Massachusetts Avenue Heights
Before he was even confirmed, Ross closed on the Beaux Arts–style estate that belonged to philanthropist Adrienne Arsht.

 9. Steven Mnuchin

Secretary of the Treasury
Massachusetts Avenue Heights
Mnuchin and wife Louise Linton—who infamously asked to use a taxpayer-funded government plane for their honeymoon—live in the most expensive house that a Trump appointee has purchased so far.

This article appears in the January 2018 issue of Washingtonian.

Senior Editor

Marisa M. Kashino joined Washingtonian in 2009 and was a senior editor until 2022.