Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown has put his Wrentham home on the market, fueling more speculation as to what his next move may be.
Brown’s four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath, 3,020 square foot home is listed at $559,900. An open house was held Sunday.
Brown and his wife, former television reporter Gail Huff also own a vacation home in Rye, NH.
Speaking in Salem, NH in August, Brown said he would potentially make a decision on his political future around Labor Day. Labor Day has come and gone, but speculation continues as to what that decision may be.
Brown has made a handful of speeches in New Hampshire over the past six months, telling reporters he wasn’t ruling out anything from his political future.
The former state senator and U.S. senator joined the law firm of Nixon Peabody in March, with a focus on business and governmental affairs relating to the financial services industry and also on commercial real estate.
Now that Brown’s Wrentham home is for sale, does that rule out the possibility of a run for governor of Massachusetts or does this mean he may make a run for senate in New Hampshire, possibly challenging U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen?
Only time will tell.We want to know what you think? What do you think Scott Brown’s next political move may be? Let us know in the comments section below.