The couple will reportedly live in a $5.5 million home in the Kalorama section of the capital city, The Washingtonian reported, citing real estate sources. It is unclear whether the Trump-Kushner family has leased or purchased the nearly 7,000-square-foot home, which has six bedrooms and last sold on December 22.
same neighborhood the Obama family will reportedly inhabit once the president leaves office. The relatively small area is popular with politicians and DC insiders for its seclusion and privacy.
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The home was designed by architect Waddy Wood and built in 1923.
It was recently given a full renovation.
The home does not have much of a front yard, which is common for the neighborhood. It's close to the street, but the front door sits high with double steps leading up.
The 25-foot-by-17-foot dining room offers plenty of space to entertain.
There are five wood-burning fireplaces in the home.
A sunroom offers views to the abutting street and backyard patio.
The windows are large and let in plenty of light. The home faces the south.
Modern touches are clear in the kitchen, which has sleek pale cabinets.
It's referred to as a "gourmet chef's kitchen" in the listing.
Modernly styled staircases are seen throughout the home.
Light fixtures are similarly modern.
The bedrooms are appropriately large.
Bathrooms have all of the luxury fixtures you'd expect.
And there are closets to match.
The other five bedrooms are also large.
Some have en-suite bathrooms.
The lower level contains its own kitchen, designed as a caterer's hall for servers during parties.
There's another bathroom, which rounds out the seven throughout the house.
There's a laundry room ...
... a play area ...
... a library that's apparently perfect for displaying busts ...
... and a full-fledged family room.
The house sits on a unique lot surrounded by streets on three sides.
That means there's not much space for greenery, though there is some.
The bright spot is a shady patio area.
That patio has direct access to the sunroom.