Where Do You Live After the White House? Tour Obama's Post-Presidency Digs
Peek inside the multi-million dollar mansion in the Kalorama neighborhood the First Family will call home after the White House.
The First Family will leave the White House in January, but their move will be a short one. The Obamas will relocate just two miles from their current 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue address to the affluent neighborhood of Kalorama in Washington, D.C. where they will rent a Tudor house, according to recent news reports. President Obama has said the family will stay in Washington, D.C., for a few years, at least until youngest daughter Sasha, 14, finishes high school.
Built in 1928, their future home on Belmont Road boasts 8,200 square feet with 9 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms, an oversized terrace plus formal gardens and an au pair suite. It last sold in 2014 for more than $5 million.
It's no White House, but the design of this home is definitely fit for a president. Scroll down to see the interior of President Obama's future crib.
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