Romneys again become MA property owners

Mitt and Ann Romney (file)

Mitt and Ann Romney (file)

Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann, are again Massachusetts property owners.

A spokesman says the former Bay State governor and 2008 Republican presidential contender bought a two-bedroom townhouse in suburban Belmont last month. The Romneys paid $895,000 for the 2,100-square-foot property at The Woodlands at Belmont Hill, a residential development that is part of the redevelopment of McLean Hospital.

The couple has not owned property in Massachusetts since they sold their longtime home in Belmont in 2009. Instead, they have claimed a basement apartment in the home of their eldest son, Tagg, as their legal residence.

They also have lived at a house in San Diego and on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire.

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  1. PAC says:

    I DIDN’T LIKE HIS AS GOVERNOR…….OR AS A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE…..AND IT LOOKS TO ME THAT NOT TO MANY OTHERS DID EITHER……”WHO CARES”

  2. Mike says:

    PAC,

    You didn’t like a politician that balanced a budget controlled spending and when he left office had brought a state back from a dire financial crisis. I guess you get alone more with that tax and spend and let’s live for today and leave it for our grandkids kind of politician.

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