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George Bush's Youngest Son, Marvin Bush, Buys Very Fancy D.C.-Area Condo (PHOTOS)

02/07/2013 03:03 pm ET | Updated Feb 08, 2013
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Our friends at Curbed DC bring news that George H.W. Bush's youngest son, Marvin Bush, has moved from his $2.5 million Northern Virginia condo to an even swankier pad in the same building:

Marvin Bush, youngest son of former prez George and his wife Barbara, were living in a $2.5M three-bedroom condo for the past two years in one of Arlington's most expensive apartment buildings but last November they closed on a 3 bed, 4.5 bath for $3.8M. At 4,447 square feet it comes with a private elevator entrance and two walk-in closets in the master bedroom.

George W. Bush's youngest brother is a managing partner at a D.C.-area investment firm and the subject of some vivid conspiracy theories.

The condo -- here's the listing; it seems not to be the subject of any non-mainstream theories quite yet -- is in Arlington's Turnberry Tower, an almost preposterously swanky building with an indoor pool, valet parking and an in-house screening room, among other desirable features.

Just how fancy is this place? Here's Capitol File's restrained description:

IMAGINE YOU’RE A BIRD, soaring high above the Potomac with the twinkling lights of Georgetown and the monuments glistening below you. Now picture living with that amazing spectacle outside your window every morning, noon and night. That’s what the new 26-story Turnberry Tower condominium in Arlington is offering -- that and much more.

The photos of Bush's actual condo are no longer online, but we found a Redfin listing for a slightly-more-expensive three-bedroom, 4.5 bath condo in the same building -- 1881 Nash St. #2101 is listed for $3.95 million. Imagine you're a bird that has access to the internet, and take a look:

Marvin Bush's Expensive Condo

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