Inside Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago House
Information about the former president’s Florida residence that you need to know Donald Trump has relocated his family from the White House to Florida, where it is anticipated that they will establish residence at his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach.
With 58 bedrooms, 33 baths, 12 fireplaces, five tennis courts, and a 20,000 square foot ballroom covered in priceless gold leaf, Mar-a-Lago is a sizable 17-acre estate in Palm Beach.
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And it has drawn just as much attention as both the Obama and Joe Biden residences put together.
Marjorie Merriweather Post, an heiress to the cereal business, sold the property to Trump in 1985. Mrs. Post donated the land to the US Government in 1973 so that it might be used as a winter retreat, but after concerns about high maintenance expenses and security issues, the Post Foundation took possession of it again in 1981. It received the designation of National Historic Landmark in 1980.
For $20 million, it was placed up for sale in 1981. Though the exact amount paid by Trump purchasing the home in 1985 is unknown, it is estimated to have been in the neighbourhood of $10 million.
He developed a 3,000 square foot property on the estate for his personal use and converted the property into a high-end members club in 1995, with membership costs estimated to be over $200,000.
The lavish interiors of the home, which were lavishly decorated in Spanish, Venetian, and Portuguese styles, were built between 1924 and 1927.
The property features a Beach Club with a 132-foot by 50-foot pool, whirlpool, and beachfront café spread across two acres with direct access to a private beach. The Trumps can keep themselves busy on the 27-hole golf course and in the fitness centre.