Looks like spring cleaning came a little early for MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski. Just a day after she and “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough publicly banned Kellyanne Conway from their show over the fact that she’s “not credible anymore” and is representing a “fake presidency,” Brzezinski has listed her Tudor-style home in Bronxville for $2,095,000. The Observer tells us that she and ex-husband James Hoffer bought the Westchester home for $1.9 million in 2012, but since finalizing their divorce last year, they’ve decided to put the seven-bedroom spread on the market.
As the Observer points out, the listing photos show an already bare interior, so perhaps neither party has been living at the residence. Nevertheless, the stately three-story home was built in 1915 and has hardwood floors and moldings throughout, a screened-in porch, and a generous front yard.
In the family room, there’s double-height ceilings, oversized north-facing windows, and a cozy window seat nook surrounded by built-in shelving.
The more formal living room has a fireplace and French doors that lead to the porch.
Also on the first level are a dining room and an updated kitchen, which has a separate staircase leading to the second level.
There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms on the second floor and three more bedrooms and a bath on the third.
According to Variety, Brzezinski dropped $1.6 million last year on a four-bedroom Colonial in the nearby Westchester community of Eastchester. She and Hoffman also still co-own an 18th-century farmhouse in Pennsylvania and a pre-war co-op overlooking Central Park, which they just bought in 2015 for $870,000.
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Images courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence