Trump selling $64m Palm Beach mansion

The former US President has listed one of his properties for sale, a sprawling beach mansion right next door to Donald Trump’s home.

A company registered to Donald Trump and his family is selling their Palm Beach oceanfront abode for a whopping $US49 million ($A64 million).

The estate sits next door to Mr Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club, where the former president currently resides. The buyer of the estate would have access to a full membership at the golf club, a perk available to all residents of Woodbridge Road.

Palm Beach property records reveal that Mr Trump, 74, is connected to the limited liability company that put the home, located on 1125 S. Ocean Blvd, on the market.

And the Trumps are hoping to score a huge profit from the sale.

The home’s listing shows a beachfront mansion with American flag artwork in the living room. The natural light-filled pad provides 59 metres of beachfront views.

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The home was initially sold in 2018 to Mr Trump’s company by his sister, retired federal appeals judge Maryanne Trump Barry, for a documented $US18.25 million ($A23.66 million). She paid a recorded $11.5 million ($A14.91 million) for the house in 2004.

Spanning a massive 971sq m, the home is made up of eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

Built in 1956, the two-storey, Bermuda-style home has since undergone modern renovations.

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Amenities include entertaining areas with a formal living room, sun room, family room and a library.

The property also features several outdoor spaces with an oceanfront balcony, patio and pool.

In the past few months, the rest of Mr Trump’s family have followed the former president from D.C. to Florida. Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle left their longtime home in New York City for the Sunshine State.

Meanwhile, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump plunked down more than ($US30 million) ($A38.9 million) for a lot of land on Miami’s uber-swanky, high-security Indian Creek island – known as the “Billionaire’s Bunker.”

This article originally appeared on the NY Post and was reproduced with permission

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