Real Estate: Rex Tillerson’s House Pending at $6.5 Million 

Rex Tillerson, former Secretary of State under the 45th president, Donald J. Trump, is selling his D.C. townhouse for $6.5 million, $1 million more than what he paid for it seven years ago. The sale, held by Mark and Hunter McFadden at Compass, is currently listed as pending on their site. 

The Kalorama home (1832 24th St. NW) was built in the 1920s and includes high ceilings, four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and three half baths. There is nearly 5,500 square-feet of living space as well. Three fireplaces add an air of coziness to the home. 


For warmer months, there’s a back patio with a grill and water fountain and an impeccably landscaped yard. A two-car garage, a coveted feature not many D.C. homes have, completes the home. 


The kitchen is up-to-date, and the dining room includes a spectacular Venetian glass chandelier. Remote or hybrid workers will be envious of the study, which features custom built-ins and paisley wall coverings. 


The primary suite on the third floor includes multiple walk-in closets and a separate dressing room. 

Kalorama is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in D.C., with former President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Fox News’s Chris Wallace, and more calling the community home. 


Tillerson, who began his career with Exxon, served as the 69th Secretary of State from 2017 to 2018 before President Trump fired him. He was replaced by Mike Pompeo. 

Tillerson and his wife Renda have primarily lived in Fort Worth, Texas. Four years ago, they did buy a custom-built, 16,000-square-foot mansion that was made for Vernon Wells, former New York Yankees outfielder. 



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