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This Just In: Lara Logan of CBS News Sells 'Warm and Welcoming' DC Home

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    Lara Logan (2012 Marc Bryan-Brown)

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    Lara Logan's former home, which she recently sold in Washington, D.C. (Copyright © 2015 Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. This image may not be reproduced in any form, analog or digital, without the expressed written consent of MRIS.)

CBS' chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan recently sold her Washington, DC, house for $1.8 million, reports Just DC News. The historic 1935 brick-and-stone home has been tastefully renovated over the years, notes listing agent Meg Percesepe.

"It's a very warm and welcoming home, done with a nod to the original Tudor style," Percesepe says.

The three-story home features oak hardwood floors, a cathedral-ceilinged master suite, two fireplaces, a huge master closet, and an updated kitchen with custom cabinetry. Out back is a rectangular saltwater pool surrounded by a stone tile patio.

"It's definitely a nice home in terms of inviting guests in and lovely for entertaining -- either way, it works," she says.

Property records indicate Logan bought the home in 2008 for $1.5 million. It's been off and on the market since 2013, although Percesepe says the lag time was more a matter of timing than the home being a tough sell.

"We had offers right in the beginning, but plans changed. It was more about coordinating" with Logan and her family, Percesepe says.