Explore the homes of DC’s past and present VIPs in our “Celebrity” (term used loosely) Homes Quiz.
The instructions are simple: Enter the LAST NAME ONLY of the individual whose home is pictured in each question. Capitalization does not matter, and you’ll have 5 minutes to complete the quiz.
Some of these you have no excuse to get wrong, others you’ll be tempted to ask Siri for assistance (try not to, please, for the sake of friendly competition). A 7/10 or greater gets a “pass,” and the top scores will be displayed here:
Leaderboard: DC Celebrity Homes Quiz #1
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Opponents criticized how much time ____ spent at this home in Arlington, VA during his run for governor of Indiana.CorrectIncorrect
Trump’s running mate.0
The second of two homes purchased by ____ in DC's Kalorama neighborhood. The first, located across the street, was formerly the Textile Museum.CorrectIncorrect
Founder of Amazon.0
A DC native, ____ purchased this Colonial Village home in 2015 - a year after becoming the second ever female mayor of DC.CorrectIncorrect
In 2019, this Arlington home was purchased by ____, who you may have seen on TV as a CNN contributor or as the current White House Press Secretary.CorrectIncorrect
Shortly after signing an 8-year contract extension with the Washington Capitals, ____ purchased this McLean, VA home - which has been featured in Architectural Digest - for $5.2 million.CorrectIncorrect
Neighbors fought to prevent entrepreneur Mark Ein from adding a garage to this home in Georgetown. It's the former residence of _____, the Washington Post publisher portrayed by Meryl Streep in 2017 film The Post.CorrectIncorrect
The Saudi Arabian government purchased this estate, nicknamed "Merrywood," for $43m in 2018. It is the childhood home of Former First Lady _____, and overlooks the Potomac River in McLean, VA.CorrectIncorrect
She remarried – either last name is fine.0
_____, co-host of ESPN's Pardon the Interruption, splits his time between this home in Bethesda, MD and his residence in Scottsdale, AZ.CorrectIncorrect
Originally from Chicago.0
Before being seized by the U.S. government, this Arlington, VA home belonged to former Trump Campaign Chair _____. He was charged with money laundering, bank fraud, and conspiracy, among other crimes.CorrectIncorrect
___ moved into this Bethesda, MD home in 2016 - a year after Macy's acquired her luxury beauty chain, Bluemercury.CorrectIncorrect