What you might not know: the house itself is gorgeous.
Here's a Zillow.com listing showing it last sold for $2 million in June, 2010. It has seven bedrooms and 5.5 baths, and sits on a 12,400 square foot lot in D.C.'s Mount Pleasant neighborhood.
Check out the photos -- you won't see Broadwell drinking wine in them, but one does feature an awfully cute little dog (another features a slightly less adorable scarecrow):
The house is not only beautiful. It's also historically significant, from before Broadwell took refuge there: As DCist noted, it was previously owned by Mount Pleasant's first black family, the Deanes, whose purchase of the house violated a restrictive covenant. Broadwell's brother now owns the house.
And now back to the media stakeout, as well as some other notable, delicious and discreet spots around Mount Pleasant: