Trump’s former Greenwich home lists for $45M

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Apr.April 04, 2018 08:01 PM

The home where the future-president lived with then-wife, Ivana Trump in the early 1980s has returned to the market for $45 million. After the Trumps’ divorce, Ivana held onto the property, selling it to current owners, financier Robert Steinberg and wife Suzanne, in 1998 for $15 million. The couple had originally listed the 19,773-square-foot home for $54 million in 2015 and they cut $9 million off the ask in May 2016 before pulling it off the market later that same year. The sellers told The Wall Street Journal that the market has taken a turn in their favor and they’re looking to build a new home elsewhere. The property features eight bedrooms, 1o bathrooms, three half bathrooms, a putting green, an elevator and a dock, according to the listing by Coldwell Banker’s Tamar Lurie. [WSJ]


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