Check Out the $5 Million Mansion the First Family Will Call Home After Obama's Presidency Ends

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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.

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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.

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The Obamas will lease, but not purchase the house.

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