Looks like after getting bounced from NBC's Meet the Press, David Gregory might be looking to put Washington, DC in his rearview mirror.
The fired MTP host and his wife Beth Wilkinson, a trial lawyer, have put their Wesley Heights 1935 classic brick Colonial on the market for $2.475 million.
Gregory and Wilkinson bought the home in 2005 for $2.45 million from Victoria Casey and Peter Teeley, the former U.S. ambassador to Canada.
The listing says that the 5,200-square-foot home has been expanded and modernized over the years. The sunroom is flooded with natural light from two skylights and three walls of windows.
The living room has a vaulted ceiling with French doors that lead to a flagstone patio. It shares a two-sided gas fireplace with the dining room. The kitchen, which was designed by Fabiola Martens in 2013, has quartz counters and Porcelanosa floors.
No word if the Chuck Todd dart board is included in the sale price.
H/T Washington Post