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Scott Brown puts Wrentham home on market

Scott Brown’s Wrentham home is for sale.

An open house was held Sunday at the former senator’s four-bedroom Colonial in Wrentham’s Oak Point neighborhood. The asking price is $559,900.

Brown, a Republican, took a job at the Boston law firm Nixon Peabody after losing his reelection bid in November, but he has floated the possibility of running for a New Hampshire US Senate seat next year.

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Brown and his wife, Gail, also own a vacation home in Rye, N.H.

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His Wrentham residency became part of Brown’s regular-guy political arsenal in his surprise 2010 US Senate win, along with his famed barn jacket and pickup truck. “I’m from Wrentham,” Brown said during his victory speech. “And I drive a truck.”

According to the real estate website Trulia, the 3,020-square-foot home features a living room with a cathedral ceiling and brick fireplace, along with a “soaring” two-floor foyer.

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