Donald Trump’s childhood home can now be yours for $2.9 million


Are you interested in living inside a space that was once home to Donald Trump? If yes, here’s a sweet deal just for you! What happens to be no less than a palatial residence and also President Trump’s first childhood home is now on the market for a whopping $2.9 million. Located in the plush Jamaican estate’s neighborhood of Queens in New York, the house was also listed earlier on Airbnb as a quasi-presidential museum.

Built in the 1940’s by Trump senior (Fred Trump), the house features five bedrooms, a library, four and a half bathrooms, a finished basement, and a cardboard cutout of President Donald Trump. The red-bricked home carries a rustic old-worldly charm and also houses arched doorways and hardwood floors inside, with a kitchen, dining room, and royal living room with a fireplace. It spans a length of 2,500 sq. Ft. and comes with an enclosed patio, and a driveway that fits up to five cars.

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The 85-15 Wareham Place as it is called was bought by real estate investor Michael Davis, for $1.4 million in 2016 and was later sold by him to Trump Birth House LLC for $2.4 million in 2017. It is now back on the market for a commanding price of $2.9 million and already has a numbers of takers queued up for sale. As stated by Top broker Jenny Lenz, it is a ‘great house’ and being Trump’s childhood abode just makes it that much more precious- or so we hope!

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[Via:Forbes]

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