Tim Russert home profile - house pictures, rare facts and info about Tim Russert's home in Washington DC
Born on Sunday, May 7, 1950 in Buffalo, New York, award winning journalist Tim Russert began hosting The weekly NBC political news/interview television program Meet the Press in 1991. Russert continued hosting the program until his death in 2008.
In June of 2004, Tim Russert purchased a fieldstone house in northwest Washington, D.C. for $4,400,000. Built in 1931 and located on Rockwood Parkway Drive in the Spring Valley neighborhood, Tim Russert's former home offers six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and one half, three fire places, and a swimming pool.
Tim Russert's home in Washington DC.
The home's master suite offers his and her bathrooms and an adjoining sitting room with a fireplace and bay windows.
On June 13, 2008, Tim Russert was recording voiceovers for Meet the Press at the Washington, D.C. bureau of NBC News when he collapsed. Russert had just returned from a family vacation in Rome, Italy.
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