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Posted at 5:45 PM ET, 02/ 1/2011

Surreal estate: Clinton Portis puts pole-dancing-ready McLean mansion on market

By The Reliable Source

(Greg Fiume/Getty)

Seller: Clinton Portis

Asking Price: $2.5 million

Details: What does it mean that the Redskins running back has put his McLean home on the market? Relocating to one of his other local properties or getting out of Dodge? All we know is that the five-bedroom, six-bath mini-mansion, which he bought for $1.95 million in 2004, is almost as colorful as he is -- high-gloss red kitchen, electric chartreuse foyer, violet living room. The real estate listing describes the pool, spa, solarium, theater room -- no mention of the stripper pole in the basement, but the owner has been known to show it off at parties.



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By The Reliable Source  | February 1, 2011; 5:45 PM ET
Categories:  Surreal Estate  
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