In Maryland, in 1997, a house where Linda Tripp recorded several hours of conversations with Monica Lewinsky was quietly sold for $ 523,000, according to The Post.
The property, which consists of four bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, was switched to new owners in September 2021.
Tripp lived in the house from 1983 to 2000, when he was forced to vacate his long-term residence due to privacy issues.
But two years later, on May 10, 2002, he did not sell the house for $ 275,000, according to a property deed obtained by The Post.
The property was sold again in 2011 before it went on sale last year.
Features include wood paneling, chair grille, gourmet kitchen, living room, formal dining room and family room with built-in fireplace.
After Brie Clinton, who played a crucial role in Tripp, was found to have an affair with Levinsky, he was forced to cover his windows with a sheet to avoid camera lenses, which he later described as “medium-sized tree branches.”
“I think Linda tried to restore privacy in her life,” her criminal defense attorney at the time, Joseph Murta, told the Baltimore Sun. “He was looking for an area that offered him a more personal environment.”
Tripp moved to a small cottage that turned into a six-bedroom, 7-bathroom property on a 100-acre horse farm in Marshall, Virginia, records show.
Recently, actress Sarah Paulson portrayed Tripp in the FX series “Impeachment: American Crime Story.”
Tripp, 70, died on April 8, 2020, after battling pancreatic cancer.