Someone Please (Please?!) Buy Tim Geithner's House

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Curbed reports the former treasury secretary has listed his 2,537 square foot Bethesda home, purchased when he took the Washington gig, for $995,000.

Geithner, you'll recall, did not have much luck when it came to selling his Larchmont home, which he originally listed in 2009 and, after failing to sell it even at the reduced priced of $1.575 million, ultimately rented out for $7,500/month. Now he's got a book to write and doesn't have time to be running around telling people the place gets great light. Help him out here.

Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner Lists In Bethesda [Curbed]

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