Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway has lavish new digs in the nation’s capital, according to a report by The Washingtonian.
An anonymous real estate source told the magazine that Trump’s former campaign manager was the likely buyer of a house listed for $8 million by the late Moeen Qureshi, former interim Prime Minister of Pakistan and a former vice president of the World Bank.
The house was originally purchased as two separate properties, but Qureshi combined them into one. It’s been on and off the market for years, though there’s no word on the price that Conway actually paid for the home.
The home has eight bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, and three half-baths, in addition to staff quarters that house another three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Stewart Coleman, Edward Poutier, Amanda Mitchell, and Douglas Blocker of Coldwell Banker had the listing.
The Mediterranean-style home is situated on a half-acre lot not far from Embassy Row in Washington, DC.
The S-shaped staircase, marble floors, and chandeliers make for a dramatic entrance.
The 11,478-square-foot home was built in 1927 and renovated in 2001.
It has 11 bedrooms in total, if you count both the main house and staff quarters.
The kitchen is large, complete with a butler’s pantry, granite counters, and two Sub-Zero refrigerators.
This breakfast room is filled with pleasant light.
The home has many amenities that the listing photos do not show, like a wine cellar, exercise room, and wet bar. An elevator provides access to the home’s various floors. Residents can lounge by this fireplace, one of three in the home.
“This property is a quintessential DC residence,” listing agent Edward Poutier said when the home first appeared on the market. “The estate is ideal for family or diplomatic use and can transition easily to support any function, from formal to casual.” The library has built-in maple bookcases. “Many of the neighbors in this community are well-known diplomats and world leaders, ensuring the highest standards of maintenance and quality in the neighborhood,” listing agent Stewart Coleman said.