Huntsman cuts price of Virginia mansion after Senate approves his ambassadorship
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Now that’s his ambassadorship to Russia is official, Jon Huntsman is apparently eager to unload his Virginia mansion, reportedly slashing the price to $3.6 million.

The estate in McLean owned by the former Utah governor had been listed for $4.2 million when it hit the market last year, according to realtor.com.

The seven-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath abode covers more than 8,850 square feet. The listing promises “old world charm meets newest in design trends.”

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“Each bedroom meets world-class standards including a huge master suite,” the listing states.

The property also has a bit of a political history — Huntsman, a 2012 GOP presidential candidate, reportedly bought the digs from late Sen. Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) for $3.1 million in 2014.

The Senate last week easily approved President Trump’s choice of Huntsman as the next ambassador for Moscow.