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Rubio Ready to Pack Up Miami Home and Move to DC

Thursday, 31 Jan 2013 01:51 PM

By Bill Hoffmann

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In yet another indication he’s quickly advancing as a Republican powerhouse, Sen. Marco Rubio has put his Miami home on the market as he plans a move to Washington, D.C.

“Senator Rubio has four young children he is away from during the week,” the Florida senator’s spokesman Alex Conant told The Daily Caller.

“If he can sell his home in Miami he would be able to afford to move his wife and kids to Washington during the school year and still own a home in Florida.’’

Rubio has apparently found it tough to see his wife and kids on the weekends while the Senate is in session.

The Sunshine State’s junior senator has listed the four-bedroom, four-bath, 2,649 square-foot residence for $675,000. He and his wife Jeanette bought the property eight years ago for $550,000.

The home features an in-ground swimming pool, two-car garage and garden views.


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