The DC real estate blogosphere has been buzzing this week about a Dupont Circle studio apartment listing where Washington Post columnist Bob Woodward lived during his days investigating the Watergate scandal. The balcony of this unit was used by Woodward to signal his source "Deep Throat." Woodward would plant a flag in a flower pot to indicate to Deep Throat that he wanted to meet.
It was incorrectly reported that Woodward owned the Webster House unit where he lived. This is not accurate as the Webster House was an apartment building from its delivery in 1968 until it was converted to condos in 1978 by Holladay Corporation. Bob Woodward confirmed to me renting at the Webster House " I believe that is the correct apartment number. Never owned