Land Rush in Washington

Money can't be the object in the great house hunt

Watergate is back. As a place to live, that is. The Washington apartment complex immortalized by a certain third-rate burglary has become a prime nesting place for arriving members of the new Reagan Administration. Charles Wick and Alfred Bloomingdale, California friends of the new President, have moved there. The most elegant piece of real estate in town, of course, has been taken by the Ronald Reagans, but there are still a few choice homes for sale in the Georgetown section. Prices start at about...

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