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Secretary of State Kerry reportedly asks $25 million for Nantucket property

John Kerry's house in Nantucket, Massachusettes
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John Kerry's house in Nantucket, Massachusettes

Secretary of State John Kerry is putting his Nantucket beachfront compound on the market, with an asking price of $25 million, according to The Boston Globe.

Select realtors have been able to view the Massachusetts property for about a month, and the real estate has been owned by the family of Kerry's wife — Teresa Heinz Kerry — since 1982, the The Boston Globe reported.

One of Teresa Heinz Kerry's staff members told the publication to direct questions about the offering to Carolyn Duronio, a partner at the law firm Reed Smith. State Department Director of Press Operations Elizabeth Kennedy Trudeau declined to comment in an email.

The location served as a retreat for the former senator and Democratic presidential nominee. Kerry is currently traveling on the last leg of a trip that started in France and ends in the United Arab Emirates.

Duronio did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment.

Read the full story at The Boston Globe.