President Donald Trump has come to the conclusion that perhaps he owns at least one home too many. Since he’s now splitting most of his time between that one charming historic mansion at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave in Washington, DC, he’s also often flying out to his sprawling estate/resort/”winter White House” in Palm Beach, FL.
Since he won’t have much time to visit his other properties, why not sell them? This one is Le Chateau des Palmiers, on the island of St. Martin in the Caribbean.
Our commander in chief listed this 4.8-acre beachfront home on Sotheby’s International Realty very quietly last month, according to the Washington Post.
He originally bought this gem for an undisclosed sum in 2013, yet deemed the 11-bedroom, 12-bath estate “one of the greatest mansions in the world.”
The home’s current list price is available only upon request, although a person familiar with the listing revealed it’s worth an eye-popping $28 million.
Inside Trump’s Caribbean home
Le Chateau des Palmiers is complete with gold drapes, crystal chandeliers, a heated pool, fitness center, tennis court, and covered outdoor bar and billiard area.
Despite the endless list of amenities, some real estate agents believe the $28 million list price is a tad on the high side.
“There aren’t too many properties in St. Martin that are more than $15 to $20 million,” says Gerard Longo, principal of Mettle Property Group in New York.
In any case, a multimillion-dollar property like this isn’t likely to get snatched up by a buyer overnight.
“It is not uncommon to see properties of this size sitting on the market for a few years,” Longo says.
Check out this birds eye view from a drone in the video, below!