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