Photos: See Claire McCaskill's D.C. Apartment Before She Sells It

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Claire McCaskill's D.C. apartment - PHOTOS VIA HOMEVISIT
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  • Claire McCaskill's D.C. apartment

Want to see inside Claire McCaskill's D.C. apartment without leaving St. Louis?

The Missouri senator is selling her two-bedroom condo at 400 Massachusetts Avenue NW in March, and her real estate agents have put a photo tour up online.

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Rob Carter of Century 21 Redwood Realty will list the property but haven't yet announced the price, according to D.C. real estate blog UrbanTurf.

One of McCaskill's two bedrooms
  • One of McCaskill's two bedrooms

"I really love the layout, [especially the] two master suites," McCaskill tells UrbanTurf. "Our living space is bright and open and feels intimate for a few but have the capacity to seat many for parties."

McCaskill's second bedroom suite
  • McCaskill's second bedroom suite

That brightness comes from the condo's thirty windows lining the foyer, living and dining rooms. If her apartment were a few stories higher, she'd have a view of the U.S. Capitol building just a mile south.

Look at all those windows!
  • Look at all those windows!

The condo also has two walk-in closets, laundry and an underground parking space.

McCaskill's living room. How much TV do you think she watches?
  • McCaskill's living room. How much TV do you think she watches?

You can see the capitol building and the Washington Monument from her rooftop pool.

McCaskill is only a mile from work.
  • McCaskill is only a mile from work.

Follow Lindsay Toler on Twitter at @StLouisLindsay. E-mail the author at Lindsay.Toler@RiverfrontTimes.com.

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