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Tucker Carlson House: Was it Actually the Scene of a Hate Crime?

Tucker Swanson McNear Carlson is a conservative political commentator and host of his own primetime talk show Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News. Ever wonder where this Fox News host calls home? Read on to learn more about his luxurious colonial-style home and the dramatic events that recently unfolded at the residence, plush lots of Tucker Carlson house photos. But first, here’s a crash course on who he is.

Where does Tucker Carlson Live?
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His early career in journalism would begin at the nationwide conservative journal Policy Review, where he worked as a fact-checker for the publication. Carlson then went on to work as a reporter for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette paper in Little Rock, Arkansas, before eventually joining The Weekly Standard magazine in 1995. Carlson would host several short-lived televisions shows, including The Spin Room, the CNN series Crossfire, and the PBS program Tucker Carlson: Unfiltered, before landing a job as host of the MSNBC series The Situation with Tucker Carlson, which would last 3 seasons before being canceled for low ratings in 2008. After his departure from MSNBC, Carlson would find work again with Fox News Channel, frequently being invited as a guest on the network’s various political chat shows and acted as a substitute host for fellow conservative commentator, Sean Hannity, on the series Hannity while the host was absent. In 2016, he would begin hosting his own series, Tucker Carlson Tonight, which would later take over Megyn Kelly’s timeslot after her departure from the network.

Where Does Tucker Carlson Live?

Fox News host Tucker Carlson and his family reside in Washington, DC, in the historic Kent neighborhood to be specific. In fact, Carlson has owned not one, but two different colonial-style homes in the area.

Tucker Carlson House

Located in Northwest Washington, DC, not far from his former home, Tucker Carlson purchased a stunning fieldstone colonial for $3.895 million back in 2017. The residence, built in 1998, is newer than any of his previous homes. The Carlson’s have a knack for historic homes.

Tucker Carlson’s house is 7,400 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. The interior is immaculately designed with elegant curtains hanging floor to ceiling…and the rooms of this house are massive! In the fully-enclosed backyard is a 40-foot heated swimming pool, a veranda, a flagstone terrace, a lush lawn, and perfectly manicured mature landscaping.

In May 2020, Tucker had listed the home for $3.95 million. As of June 2020, it’s “under contract” according to Washington Fine Properties, who holds the listing.

Where does Tucker Carlson live
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If you’re someone who’s kept up with Tucker, you know that his house was attacked in 2018 by political protesters. Yes, it was this house. More on that below.

Tucker Carlson Home (Former)

Prior to purchasing their new place, the Carlson family lived in this 4,784 square foot colonial-style home at on Partridge Lane in Washington, DC – only a stone’s throw from their current digs. The home boasts 7 bedroom, 5.5 bathrooms, a dining room & sunroom, renovated kitchen, spacious living room, and a large den.

Built in 1941, the home features brick exterior walls, a slate roof, a sizable patio that makes a perfect space for outdoor entertaining, and a private balcony on the second floor that’s accessed through one of the bedrooms. Lush greenery throughout the grounds only adds to the overall charm and curb appeal of the property and blends perfectly with the neighborhood.

Where does Tucker Carlson live
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Tucker Carlson Net Worth

After spending nearly two decades working in television, Tucker Carlson currently has a net worth of an estimated $20 million, mainly from working for Fox News Channel and the 8-figure book deal he has with US publisher Simon & Schuster.

Tucker Carlson Salary

Tucker Carlson currently rakes in a hefty $6 million a year working for Fox News Channel.

Tucker Carlson Family

Tucker Carlson’s parents are Lisa McNear and Richard Warner Carlson. Richard was formally a “Gonzo reporter” who would later serve as not only the director of the Voice of America but also the president of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting as well as the American ambassador to Seychelles. Tucker’s biological mother, Lisa, is an artist, and his stepmother is actually an heiress to Swanson Enterprises! Keep reading to learn more about other members of the Carlson family.  

Tucker Carlson Kids

Tucker Carlson Wife

The daughter of a reverend, Susan Andrews first met her husband-to-be while the two were still in their teens and attending St. George’s School, located in Middletown, Rhode Island. The two were high school sweethearts but were forced to tread carefully with how they carried on their relationship since Andrew’s father acted as the school’s headmaster at the time (Geez, that must’ve been a blast!).

The couple continued dating throughout high school and only 6 months before graduation, and with Susan’s father’s blessing, Carlson popped the question. They would marry in 1991 and go on to start a family together.

Tucker Carlson Children

Tucker Carlson and wife Susan Andrews have 4 children together; Hopie Carlson, Lillie Carlson, Buckley Carlson, and Dorothy Carlson.

Tucker Carlson Age

Tucker Carlson was born May 16, 1969 – making him a Taurus…incase you astrological folks were wondering.

Tucker Carlson Bow Tie

Tucker Carlson began wearing bow ties around 1984, while he was still attending 10th grade at St. George’s, a prep school in Rhode Island that had a strict dress code. His pension for the decorative knot would follow him throughout adulthood and he would even wear a bow tie on the television show he hosted on MSNBC. It wasn’t until April of 2006 that he finally announced he would stop wearing them.

Though his program advertised with posters that read “The Man. The Legend. The Bow Tie”, producers from the network actually spent months pleading with the tv personality to lose the accessory, fearing that it may make him appear less like a political commentator and more of an animated character. Despite eventually ridding himself of the bow tie, however, the show was canceled two years later.

Tucker Carlson Young
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Tucker Carlson Young

Carlson was born in San Francisco, California to artist Lisa McNear and former news reporter Richard Warner Carlson. He was the oldest of the Carlson’s two sons. After 9 years of marriage, Richard and Lisa divorced and Richard was granted full custody of both Tucker and younger brother, Buckley Peck Carlson. By that time, Tucker Carlson had reached age 6, his mother left the family in order to pursue a more “bohemian” lifestyle.

In 1979, Carlson’s father would marry heiress, Patricia Caroline Swanson, and the family would relocate to La Jolla California, where Tucker would attend La Jolla Country Day School. In his college years, Tucker Carlson would attend Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and eventually, graduate with a degree in history in 1991.

Where Is Tucker Carlson Filmed?

Tucker Carlson Tonight (2016-present), Carlson’s live political talk show on Fox News Channel, has two filming locations; Washington, DC and New York City.

Tucker Carlson Antifa

What happened to Tucker Carlson house?

On a Wednesday night in November of 2018, around a dozen members of the anti-fascist protest movement, Smash Racism DC, visited Carlson’s home in Washington, DC, with tambourines, signs, and megaphones in hand and staged a 10-minute demonstration in protest of Carlson’s career in “hyping hateful speech aimed at racial minorities and political opponents” and his “habitual promotion of white supremacist ideology and xenophobia on his Fox News program” according to the news site ThinkProgress.

Carlson’s wife, Susan Andrews, was the only one present at the residence during the demonstration. A video posted of the protest, published on LiveLeak, shows the group approaching the home and one of the members knocking on the front door while another member began reading off a statement through their megaphone before leading the group of protestors in the chant “We know where you sleep at night.” Near the end of the demonstration, one member of the group propped a sign against the front door that contained Carlson’s address and name. As the protestors began to leave the area, one member pulled out a spray can and painted the anarchist symbol on the Carlsons’ driveway, a move that other members condemned, with one saying, “I didn’t sign up for this.”

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A police officer arrived at the scene shortly thereafter to check on the residents and proceeded to follow the group out of the neighborhood. Both parties had a brief exchange before the group left the scene. The incident was investigated as a hate crime – but so far, no further actions have been taken against the protestors. In a joint statement, shortly after the demonstration occurred, Fox CEO Suzanne Scott and network president Jay Wallace said “The incident that took place at Tucker’s home last night was reprehensible. The violent threats and intimidation tactics toward him and his family are completely unacceptable. We as a nation have become far too intolerant of different points of view. Recent events across our country clearly highlight the need for a more civil, respectful, and inclusive national conversation. Those of us in the media and in politics bear a special obligation to all Americans, to find a common ground.” Antifa, short for anti-fascist, is a movement that started in Europe during the 1960s as a means to combat the rising numbers of Neo-Nazis during the time. The group would eventually make its way to the United States in the late 1970s. They are most often seen attending public white supremacist events and other gatherings that promote hate. Antifa is often criticized by civil rights organizations for their sometimes-aggressive tactics that are deemed counterproductive to their goal of staging peaceful protests.

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