Fox News host Greta Van Susteren and her husband, John Coale, have reduced the asking price on their 18th-century Annapolis, Md., home to $1.825 million, down from $2.1 million last April. Built around 1776, the Federal-style home has Georgian influences and retains many of its original architectural features, said Meggen Taylor, founder of Find Everything Historic, a listing portal for historic homes that is hosting this house. HomeVisit A view of the interior, which the couple filled with period-relevant antiques. A history enthusiast, he said he and Ms. Van Susteren were interested in the area’s rich history. Ms. Van Susteren, a former lawyer, is the host of the Fox News show “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.” (News Corp., owner of The Wall Street Journal, was part of the same company as 21st Century Fox until mid-2013.) Among her favorite features: the burn marks on the original living-room floor, where residents used to sit around a fire for warmth, she said.