Tim Geithner, who was lauded for his vast financial and economic experience as he was courted for the Treasury Secretary job and then quickly panned for his less-than-detailed preview of the stimulus package, not to mention his housekeeper problem and oversight in paying self-employment taxes, has put his Larchmont, NY Tudor-style home on the market. Price? $1,635,000 million — approximately $33,000 more than what he bought it for in 2004.
Geithner’s home at 32 Maple Hill Dr, Larchmont, NY, is tastefully done (take a look at the photos) and is “priced to sell” said Coldwell Banker real estate agent Debbie Meiliken. “He wants to sell it fast,” she said. “He’s moving to Washington.”
Geithner will quickly feel the Washington heat. He and President Obama were recently handed “F’s” by economists in reviving the economy.