Check Out the $5 Million Mansion the First Family Will Call Home After Obama's Presidency Ends
President Obama and the First Family will trade the White House for this lavish home after his presidency concludes.
The first family will reportedly call an 8,000-square-foot Tudor home at the conclusion of President Obama's presidency.
The home is located in the upscale Washington, D.C., neighborhood of Kalorama, and has plenty of space.
The home has nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The master bedroom comes with two high-end marble bathrooms.
The mansion was constructed in 1928 and has been completely renovated. It also features two kitchens.
The $5 million mansion is owned by Bill Clinton's former Press Secretary Joe Lockhart and his wife, a magazine executive.
The Obamas will lease, but not purchase the house.
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