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NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’ Host Chuck Todd Sells Virginia Home for $1.1M

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Here’s a scoop: “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd has sold one of his homes in Arlington, VA.

The investment property had been available as a rental for $3,900 a month back in 2016. Last September, Todd placed the Cape Cod-style abode on the market for $1,050,000. It sold a month later for $1,102,100.

It was a nice return on investment—he purchased the property in 2001 for $330,000.

One of his tenants over the years was Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-MN. In 2008, the one-time presidential candidate paid “$3,200/month, plus utilities,” the Star-Tribune reported.

Klobuchar moved into Todd’s three-bedroom home to make room for “visiting grandparents.” Previously, the Minnesota senator had rented a two-bedroom apartment in northern Virginia for $2,800 a month.

Todd and the senator faced off, but not about landlord-tenant issues. He helped moderate one of the Democratic debates during the presidential primary season in 2020, when Klobuchar threw her hat in the ring.

There’s no debating this home’s charm. Freshly painted and move-in ready, the home features three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and 2,261 square feet.

Chuck Todd’s Arlington, VA home.

The greenish brick building features a bright-red door and white porch. Enter to a two-story front hall, front living room with fireplace, and updated chef’s kitchen.

An open floor plan flows to a casual dining area and family room, to outdoor space from sets of French doors. The back deck steps down to a quarter-acre, fenced-in, grassy lawn.

Also on the main level, you’ll find the primary bedroom suite. 

On the second floor, the space includes two more bedrooms and a bonus nook for work or studying. The finished, lower-level recreation room, with a private entrance, could work as an office, home gym, or guest bedroom.

The convenient location is close to public transit, within walking distance of parks and schools, only about 5 miles from Washington, DC.

Todd currently lives a few miles down the road, in a five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence he purchased in 2007 for $1.7 million.

Prior to his TV career, the Miami native served as editor-in-chief of National Journal’s “The Hotline” for six years. He transitioned to a television career, becoming the NBC News political director in 2007, and provided on-air analysis, and later worked as chief White House correspondent. In 2014, he took over the hosting job of “Meet the Press,” as well as “MTP Daily” on MSNBC.

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