President Trump’s childhood home hits the rental market

Owner of the Jamaica Estates house will ask between $3.5K and $4K a month

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Jun.June 15, 2017 03:15 PM

85-15 Wareham Place and Donald Trump

The house that Trump spent some of his formative years will this week become available for rent.

The five-bedroom, Tudor-style home at 85-15 Wareham Place will be priced between $3,500 and $4,000 per month, Mansion Global reported. That’s a similar price to other five-bedroom homes in the area, according to Zillow.

A mystery buyer paid $2.1 million for the single family home in March. The New York Times later reported the buyer was a woman from China, although the newspaper was not able to figure out her name. The previous owner, Michael Davis, had paid $1.3 million for it just three months earlier.

The home, built by Trump’s father Fred, includes five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a five-car garage. It is listed as POTUS’ address on his birth certificate. He lived there until he was four years old, according to Mansion Global, before moving to another house nearby.

Jason Friedman of Coldwell Banker is handling the rental. [Mansion Global]Miriam Hall


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