The Many Mansions Mitt Romney Has Called Home: Take A Peek!

By Debbie EmeryRadar Reporter

As Mitt Romney vies for a spot at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, we take a look at the other addresses the Republican presidential hopeful has planted his flag, having been tied to a series of homes across the land.

The former Massachusetts Governor has lived in, or owned properties, everywhere from his New England base — Massachusetts and New Hampshire — to Michigan, spreading out all the way to Utah and Southern California, and we’ve got all the images for you, courtesy of our friends at

PHOTOS: Take A Peek At Mitt Romney’s Many Mansions

Among the most posh addresses the Harvard graduate-turned successful businessman/politician has hung his hat on:

* A $12 million La Jolla, California home so he could “hear the waves” of the Pacific Ocean. (He’s having it demolished after the election to make way for a bigger dwelling.)

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* Romney in 1999, serving as the CEO and President of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, picked up this 7-bedroom, 9.5-bath ski home in Park City, Utah home that sits on almost 11 acres. He sold it in 2009 for more than $5 million.

For more on Mitt’s addresses, past and present, check out our gallery.



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