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Donald Trump’s Private Homes-A Billionaire’s Property

Jaw-Dropping Donald Trump’s Private Homes – Let’s Have a Look

Like Donald Trump, the Republican front runner, when you own the name of real estate tycoon, it would be normal for you to have a personal collection of something that the elites purchase from you. Trump is gradually cementing his position as the nominee of Republican after the looming of 2016 US presidential elections. However, even if this palatial and luxurious private property billionaire does not succeed in securing a status in the white house, he will not be losing out on his opulent living that he owns already. Even these properties that he owns all over the US overshadow the deluxe white house. Let’s take a tour of Luxurious Donald Trump’s Private homes.

 

Donald Trump's Private Homes
Donald Trump’s Private Homes

When you are a real estate tycoon like the Donald Trump, Republican front-runner, it is only normal that you have your own personal collection of something that you work on and particularly with the elites. As the 2016 elections are coming for the US President, as the Republican nominee Trump is gradually fastening his place, however, even if the billionaire Trump doesn’t succeed in the white house to secure a status, he won’t be losing out on princely living as he already owns various palatial and deluxe private estates all over the country that obviously dwarf the white house.

1. Manhattan Penthouse – Trump Tower

Donald Trump's Private Homes
Donald Trump’s Private Homes

725 Fifth Avenue is a notable and 68-story gigantic Trump Tower. This big-name building comprises not only his private abode on the 66the floor but also houses business offices. The three-story pad boast bedazzling effects Starting from the entrance featured with diamond and gold encrusted door, and interiors with 24-carat gold accents, including platters, lamps, and vases, floor-ceiling with marble walls and Greek themed paintings on the ceilings. Designed to resemble the Versailles Palace, ornamented chandeliers, indoor fountain and a statue of Eros & Psyche are also found in this sky palace. The unparalleled views of Central Park can be taken from the large floor-ceiling windows. Should the billionaire desire to kiss it goodbye, the penthouse could cost $100 million according to experts. This is just one example of Donald Trump’s Private Homes

Donald Trump's Private Homes
Donald Trump’s Private Homes

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2. Seven Springs Estate Westchester, NY

Donald Trump's Private Homes
Donald Trump’s Private Homes

The luxurious estate originally built for World Bank’s first president Eugene Meyer in 1919 was sold to the billionaire for $7.5 million in 1996. With the main living place of 50,000-square-foot, the estate is found on a 230-acre plot. Other features include 2 wings serving as the quarters for servants, a bowling alley, and three pools. Older children of Trump, Eric, and Ivanka, spent a little part of their childhood here. It is now the vacation home for the Trump family where they do hiking and fishing like fun activities. The billionaire has also planned to build 14 more houses on this land. Continue reading to have a deeper look at Donald Trump’s Private Homes.

3. Mar-A-Lago Estate, Palm Beach Florida

Donald Trump's Private Homes
Donald Trump’s Private Homes

This 17-acre palatial manse became Trump’s private abode after snapping it up in 1985 from the Marjorie Merriweather Post, the cereal heiress. After 10-year residence, the mogul transformed it into an uber private club and exclusive hotel. This 110,000 square foot Mar-a-Lago comprises 58 bedrooms, 12 fireplaces, 33 bathrooms, 20,000 square foot ballroom and 3 bomb shelters. This place has also hosted celebrities like Celine Dion, Oprah Winfrey and Michael Jackson. They also utilized it for the wedding of Eric Trump to Lara Yunask. Currently, this state is valued at $250 million.

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4. Trump Vineyard Estates – Charlottesville Virginia

Donald Trump's Private Homes
Donald Trump’s Private Homes

Patricia Kluge spent millions on the Kluge estate after the death of entrepreneur John Kluge, to develop a lucrative business out of the vineyard. Unfortunately, the Patricia defaulted on her loans after the business destroyed badly. In the aftermath, the Bank of America gave the Trump an opportunity to grab it for just $14.4 million. Estimation tells that it valued between $70-100 million which is a far cry from the original value before the recession when. This 23,000 square foot estate includes a movie theater that sits on the 2,000-acre property with a horse stable and also a fully equipped winery working vineyard and 45 rooms aside. 

5. Manhattan Penthouse – Trump Park Avenue

In nexus with Donald Trump’s Private Homes, he also owns three towers in Manhattan. About a decade ago, he also transformed this one into a luxury condominium. He holds two personal penthouses inside the Trump Park Avenue tower. Which he has never used to live in and neither he seems to have any plan. They are more of investment apartments. He sold one to Ray D. Berry in fall of 2015 for a few hundred over $21 million. Ray D. Berry is the founder of Fresh Market, the gourmet supermarket chain. As revealed by the listing, the sold penthouse is located on the whole 24th floor, it features 5 bedrooms, a great room, 7.5 bathrooms, 6,200-square-foot of living space, also a private elevator and library/media room too.

Donald Trump's Private Homes
Donald Trump’s Private Homes

A Palm beach mansion, sold to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev in 2008, a 5-bedroom estate at Trump International golf club in Rancho Palos Verdes, California and a Colonial-style mansion in Beverly Hills are also Donald Trump’s Private Homes that he previously owned. Trump is actually a RICH person.

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