Recently elected President of USA, Donald Trump’s childhood home in Jamaica Estates in Queens, New York, was sold at an auction on 17 January 2017. This property was originally up for sale in 2016 for $1.6 million, but the price was later reduced to $1.2 million by it’s then owners Kestenberg and his wife Claudia. However it was finally sold to it’s current possessor, a real estate investor Michael Davis for $1.39 million, who now auctioned it for an undisclosed amount to a concealed identity bidder.
This traditional Tudor-style home was built in 1940 by Trump’s father, who was a local real estate developer and a landlord at that time. It was this home where Mr. President spent four years of his early childhood.
House exterior features an attractive design of brick and stucco, while it’s interiors carry the charm of old fashion arched doorways and hardwood floors. This 2,500 square feet home comprises of five bedrooms, four full bathroom & one half bathroom and fully furnished basement area with a bathroom. A dedicated guest’s room with a summer kitchen takes care of all the visitors ensuring utmost comfort and luxury.
The home also includes a formal dining room, a living room with fireplace to beat the chill and an enclosed backyard. Apart from being a luxurious property, what makes it more desirable is the fact that the current President of USA has spend considerable time here.
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