'DC Cribs': Sally Quinn Edition

Where This Town meets house porn, featuring "Quinn rose" wall paint.

Gotta give props to Katharine Zaleski, managing editor of Now This News, for her fabulous new idea: "DC Cribs," a just-launched video series peeking inside some of Washington's most notable homes.

First up is the 8,000-square foot late-18th century home that Sally Quinn, editor of the Washington Post's On Faith section and legendary D.C. hostess, shares with husband Ben Bradlee, the former executive editor of the Post. Once owned by Abraham Lincoln's son, the house features a garden, a major back porch, a swimming pool, and a tennis court.

Let's just say you'd probably want to entertain, too, if you had their kind of space.