Update: Romney to Quadruple Size of La Jolla Beachfront Home
As Republicans continue to whine and complain about the President’s vacation on Martha’s Vineyard, here’s an update to our post from yesterday about Mitt Romney’s collection of multi-million dollar mansions; Romney has filed an application to increase the size of his $12 million beachfront compound in La Jolla from a measly 3,000 square feet to a two-story 11,062-square foot castle: Romney to quadruple La Jolla home size.
LA JOLLA — GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney, scheduled to attend a series of fundraisers this weekend in San Diego, is also working on plans to nearly quadruple the size of his $12 million oceanfront manse in La Jolla.
Romney has filed an application with the city to bulldoze his 3,009-square-foot, single-story home at 311 Dunemere Dr. and replace it with a two-story, 11,062-square-foot structure. No date has been set to consider the proposed coastal development and site development permits, which must be approved by the city.
Not bad for someone who’s “unemployed.”