Scott Brown Is Selling His Wrentham House

As with everything he says and does, it's spurring speculation about his future.

Scott Brown is selling the home in Wrentham where he raised a family, launched a political career, and forged an everyman image for his successful Senate campaign. “I’m from Wrentham. And I drive a truck,” he said in his victory speech. (The real identity crisis will come when he sells the truck.)

Brown has publicly mused that he might run for Senate in New Hampshire or for president. Thus the home sale is spurring the usual speculation about his future plans. The Associated Press reports:

The 3,020-square-foot, four-bedroom Colonial in Wrentham had its first open house Sunday. The asking price is $559,900.

Brown and his wife, Gail, also own a vacation home in Rye, New Hampshire. He works for a local law firm now and contributes regularly to Fox News. As for what’s next, we can only wait and wonder. And of course, recycle the joke that never dies: