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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Governor Huntsman has sold his private home five months after taking office and moving into the governor's mansion full time.
Last week, a neighbor closed on Huntsman's 73-hundred-square-foot colonial home, which was listed for three (M)million. Huntsman paid one-point-seven (M)million for the house three years ago. The sale price was not disclosed.
Huntsman originally planned to keep his home to provide his teenagers with a place to let loose. But Huntsman's two oldest daughters went away to college this fall and his teenage son found another place for his band to practice.
The four-bedroom, six-bathroom house is situated on a half-acre, wooded lot. It features plantation shutters, four fireplaces, a master suite with an attached exercise room and a heated garage.
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