Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett is in the process of selling her South Bend home for just shy of a million dollars, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune.
The Supreme Court’s latest justice – who was confirmed in a controversial party-line Senate vote just days before Election Day – is a former Notre Dame law professor. The six-bedroom home was listed for $899,900 on March 31. An offer is already pending.
According to the report:
The Barretts’ 4,232-square-foot home is in South Bend’s Harter Heights neighborhood. Built in 1915, the house has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, hardwood floors, a living room with a fireplace flanked by built-in bookcases, French doors that lead to a sunroom, a finished lower level, a kitchen with an island and stainless steel appliances, and a primary bedroom suite with a large walk-in shower. Outside on the 0.29-acre property are a fenced rear yard, a covered deck, a large patio and a detached, two-car garage.
Amy Coney Barrett’s husband, Jesse Barrett, told the Chicago Tribune that they have not decided whether they will keep a property in South Bend in addition to Washington D.C.