Word comes this morning, via The Wall Street Journal, that Glenn Beck, rapidly-marginalizing Fox News personality, has sold his Connecticut home at a bit of a loss. Beck and his wife Tania bought the New Canaan farmhouse for $4.3 million in 2005, and they sold it this week for $3.6 million--about $700,000 less than they paid for it.
It's worth noting that this isn't the first time the house, a six-bedroom colonial perched on the edge of a reservoir, was reported to be sold--similar reports appeared two weeks ago, and were then denied by Beck's broker. Beck's house has been on the market since December 2009, and was first listed at a loss--the Becks were originally asking $3.9 million--so it may be that Glenn never saw a lot of capital coming out of this investment.
Below, some photos of Casa Beck, courtesy of Coldwell Banker:
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