The Washingtonian magazine has pulled together information on the DC homes of those in charge of cleaning up the U.S. financial market mess. The article reports the value and neighborhood of the DC houses of the "bailout stars." Can you guess which homes belong to Ben Bernanke (Chair of the Federal Reserve), Chris Cox (Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission), Daniel Mudd Former (President of Fannie Mae) and Henry Paulson (Secretary of the Treasury)? Find out below the jump...
Above is Henry Paulson's Massachusetts Avenue Heights house, which has a market value of $4.5 million. Below is the $8.5 million home of Daniel Mudd Farmer in Cleveland Park.
Chris Cox's Alexandria, Virginia house shown below is worth $1.95 million.
Below is Ben Bernanke's Capitol Hill home, which is worth about $1.13 million.
Read the full article "Homes of the Bailout Stars" in The Washingtonian by clicking here. All photographs by Chris Leaman for The Washingtonian.