'Deep Throat' Apartment Hits the Market

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Watergate history buffs, take note: The infamous D.C. apartment where journalist Bob Woodward met with undercover informant "Deep Throat" (later revealed to be FBI associate director Mark Felt) is now listed for $215,000. Just think -- even when the novelty of living in the space where Nixon's presidency died wears off, you'll have a great balcony to store your potted plants. Curbed has the full story.

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The 500-square-foot studio now known as the Deep Throat apartment is on the market for a mere $215K, The Washingtonian has reported.

It was here where Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward put a flowerpot on his balcony to signify his meetings with "Deep Throat," the informant (later revealed as FBI associate director Mark Felt) whose intel led directly to the Watergate scandal.