Everyone loves a good house party.
But, if you're Rick Santorum, you probably really like a good house party -- especially when you make money just for showing up.
Saturday night, Oakton, Va., residents Bill and Dana Wichterman, a Washington, D.C., attorney and his wife, hosted a cocktail fundraiser for Rick's presidential campaign at their home. Guests paid $1,000 per person to get in, and co-hosts donated $2,500.
We obtained floor plans and a photo of the home and have concluded that it is nice, but no McMansion by D.C. standards. It was built in 2010, sold for $1.1M and features 3,500 square feet of living space. We figure if you really packed people in there you could fit about 100 on the main level, including foyer. (True Northern Virginia McMansions fit at least 300 people on the main level.)
If only we made that kind of money when we ventured out into the 'burbs.
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