He purchased the Seven Springs mansion in Bedford, New York, in 1995. Upon Trump's election to the U.S. presidency, he moved into the White House in Washington, D.C. From his birth in 1946 until 2019, Trump listed his primary state of residence as New York ; in September 2019, Donald and Melania moved their primary residence to Mar-A-Lago in Florida.
Donald Trump currently lives at the presidential mansion, the White House in Washington, D.C. Donald Trump has been the current tenant of the estate since his inauguration in 2017, while his wife Melania and their son Barron remained at Trump Tower until the end of Barron's 2016–2017 school year. The legality of this has been disputed because, in 1993, Trump signed a “use agreement” with the Town of Palm Beach, Florida that changed Mar-A-Lago's designation from a single-family residence to a private club.
The agreement specified that guests, including Trump, could not stay there for more than three non-consecutive weeks per year. The interior was originally designed by Angelo Songhai with black lacquered walls, brass, and mahogany but was later redesigned in Louis XIV -style with gold-trimmed furniture, marble floors, columns, tables, and walls, frescoes ceilings, bronze statues, and crystal chandeliers.
A villa on the premises is reserved for Trump's exclusive use, and a 500-square-foot, two-story balcony and porch were added to it in 2017. In 2017, the place was designated as Trump's third presidential residence.
Trump owns a 28,322-square-foot (2,631.2 m 2) mansion on 200 acres (81 ha) in Bedford and New Castle, New York. The mansion has sixty rooms, including thirteen bedrooms, twelve baths, and an indoor pool of white marble.
There are two other pools on the grounds, as well as a glass and stone orangery for growing citrus, with a bowling alley in its basement. The grounds are accented with a formal garden pavilion, a fountain in the front lawn, a greenhouse and root cellar, and a stone water tower.
The property also contains a Tudor Revival house and courtyard known as “Nonesuch,” formerly owned by the Heinz family. It was formerly the home of Eugene Meyer and his family, including his daughter Katharine Graham.
In 1919, Meyer had artist and architect Charles A. Plant design the mansion of sandstone from the property. Meyer died in 1959, and after his wife's death in 1970, the family foundation gave the property first to Yale University and then to Rockefeller University, which used it as a conference center.
The mansion was in need of renovation, but Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. spent summers and weekends at the property, living in one of the carriage houses. They would ride ATVs, fish in By ram Lake, and help with construction work.
Eric Trump described the property as a “home base” and Forbes called it a “family retreat”. Development plans Trump originally planned to build a golf course on the property, however he was opposed by the governments of the three municipalities the property lies within, and he wanted to avoid competing with his existing course nearby in Radcliff Manor.
Trump's plans changed for Seven Springs to include building fifteen mansions, each to sell for about $25 million, and renovating the two existing houses. The plans were abandoned, and in 2015, Trump placed most of the property under a conservation easement, gaining a $21.1 million tax deduction.
In 2020, the New York Times revealed that Trump had classified the estate as an investment property in 2014 for tax purposes, allowing him to deduct 2.2 million in property taxes that would have been ineligible if the mansion was used as a personal residence. Donald Trump developed the 38-story Trump PARC condominium skyscraper at 106 Central Park South, and often privately owns multiple units within it, which he rents for up to $100,000 a month.
The penthouse, which was owned by Trump and where his daughter Ivanka and her family lived from 2011 until January 2017, was sold to Chinese-American businesswoman Angela Chen for 15.9 million dollars in February 2017. Trump lived with his family in Jamaica Estates, an affluent suburban neighborhood in Queens, New York.
In 1950, the family moved into a 23-room mansion Fred Trump built on two adjoining lots on Midland Parkway, directly behind the backyard of the house on Ware ham Place. Around the 1970s Trump lived in a penthouse apartment at the Phoenix, a luxury apartment building on 65th Street in the Upper East Side in Manhattan.
The apartment had large panoramic windows; he decorated the interior in beige, brown, and chrome. Trump purchased a 20,000-square-foot (1,900 m 2) mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut, in 1982 for $4 million.
The house has eight bedrooms, eleven baths, a 4,000 square feet (370 m 2) guest house, a putting green and tennis court, indoor and outdoor pools, and a sauna. Donald and Ivana Trump (his wife at the time) lived in an apartment on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, which was decorated with beige velvet sofas and goatskin tables.
According to family friend Nikki Haskell, Donald and Ivana lived in Olympic Tower prior to moving to 800 Fifth Avenue Trump owned a five-bedroom mansion on North Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California from 2007 to 2019.
Trump had rarely used it, and had put on the market and rented it out at different times. In June 2019, he quietly sold the property, off-market, for $13.5 million.
From 2008 to 2009, Trump owned a neighboring house, an 11-bedroom Greek Revival mansion built in 1981. It was previously a residence of Gabonese president Omar Bongo, who died in office in 2009.
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According to an ongoing analysis by NBC News, President Donald Trump has now spent more than a year's worth of days at a Trump property since taking office. Just last week, when his younger brother Robert Trump was hospitalized, the president visited him on Friday, August 14th, at Manhattan's New York-Presbyterian.
Moving into the White House in 2017 granted him access to Camp David as a country retreat, but Trump already had an array of impressive properties at his disposal. Trump took Forbes on a tour of the penthouse during the presidential election and told the publication that it was the “best apartment ever built” and bragged about its 33,000-square-foot size and estimated value of at least $200 million.
In May 2019, Bloomberg reported that Trump Tower had become one of the least desirable condos in New York City for its association with the president. Not only are protests a frequent sighting by the entrance, but in July of this year, the city painted “Black Lives Matter” in giant block letters on the street in front of the building.
In 2014, Trump proclaimed that the 128-room mansion built by cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post in 1927, is “the great estate of Palm Beach.” He has also taken to calling it the “Winter White House,” despite the fact that it is not a publicly owned or maintained building and is something of a security nightmare.
Nevertheless, he has used the private club for official business, such as when he hosted President Xi Jinping of China in 2017 for a two-day summit. She donated it to the U.S. government upon her death, but in 1980 it was returned to Post's daughters because of the $1 million in annual maintenance costs.
Today, the privilege of hobnobbing with Trump as a member reportedly involves a $200,000 (up from the pre-election rate of $100,000) initiation fee plus yearly dues of $14,000 and annual food minimum of $2,000. In 2017, the Government Accountability Office tried to accurately calculate how much the president's frequent Mar-A-Lago visits were costing taxpayers but failed to get the full picture because the White House declined to provide more information.
Arguably the president's second favorite retreat after Mar-A-Lago, the Trump National has been dubbed the “Summer White House.” Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner got married there in 2009, and they won an application to expand their cottage by 2,200 square feet in 2015.
Bedford is about 45 miles north of New York City, and the Trump family seems to use the 50,000-square-foot house, built in 1919 by former Federal Reserve Chairman and Washington Post publisher Eugene Meyer (he was the father of Katharine Graham), as a weekend and summer getaway. Trump reportedly, and perhaps unwittingly, allowed the late Libyan dictator Muhammad Gaddafi to stay in a tent there during the United Nations General Assembly meeting in 2009 when no hotels would allow Gaddafi as a guest.
To summarize, Trump paid the “bargain-basement price of $8.5 million on a deal that could ultimately be worth $170 million,” netting him 1,100 Virginia acres, including the vineyards and winemaking operation “that had been meticulously cultivated by its previous owner, Patricia Kluge (who defaulted on her loans, after which the property was seized by Bank of America). Today, the 23,000-square-foot, 45-room main building, Albemarle House, is part of the Trump Hotels brand (a recent search showed rates starting at $299 per night).
Le Château DES Palmier, which Trump bought in 2013 and has used primarily as a rental property, includes nine bedrooms and 12 full bathrooms. The property also features “a huge heated pool, an open air and air-conditioned fitness center, a tennis court, and covered outdoor bar, billiards and dining areas,” according to the original listing.
There is no information on whether the property has since sold, but it is still on the Trump Organization's website and Forbes estimated it to be worth $13 million in October 2019. The 2,500-square-foot house, which the president's father built in 1940, was, for a short while, available to rent for $725 a night on Airbnb.
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