McCain Mogul (Ex) Mansion Faces Foreclosure
5:55 pm, July 27th | by Amy Tennery
In case you were wondering, there is a reason that Cindy McCain is on our power grid. She’s the heir and chair of Hensley & Company, a massive beer distribution company. So, yea, she’s got mogul clout.
With this in mind, it’s ironic that her childhood home is now, apparently, facing foreclosure. Really.
The Phoenix home where McCain grew up faces an August 15 auction sale, according to Curbed. Before you panic, no, McCain isn’t losing the roof over her head — she sold the place in 2006 for $3.2 million, after raising her own children there with that other guy. The senator dude.
Anyway, at $3.2 million it’s a pretty legit property — 11 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a pool and, according to a spectacular broker listing that Curbed came across, room to entertain “250-400 of your closest friends.”
Should you choose to pick up this monument of mogul history, keep in mind that there are some less tangible perks, as well. Turns out you can brag to those 250-400 friends of yours that the place was once profiled in Architectural Digest. And that it once had blood-orange plaid curtains.