Donald Trump’s childhood home just changed hands (again)

Donald Trump and 85-15 Wareham Place (Image Credit : PRUSA & Gage Skidmore via Flickr)

President Donald Trump’s childhood home changed hands again this week, for $2.1 million reports the New York Post. That is significantly more than the $1.39 million that a developer paid for the pad late last year.

The five-bedroom, tudor-style house in Jamaica Estates was Trump’s home until he was four-years-old.

It first hit the market back in July for $1.65 million, then it was cut to $1.25 million, and finally it ended up going to auction in December where real estate investor Michael Davis nabbed it for $1.39 million.

At the time it was reported that David had plans for a quick flip and indeed the house headed back to auction in January, but Misha Haghani, principle of auction house Paramount Realty USA, confirmed that this was a separate transaction.

LLNYC got a peek inside the home back in November, as part of our Big OH series. We particularly enjoyed the pad’s pink bathroom.

[New York Post]

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