After losing the election against Joe Biden, Donald Trump has also given up his residence at the White House, Washington. Nonetheless, his private homes include two of the most incredible properties we have ever seen, both of which HELLO! has previously had exclusive access to. Take a look…
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Trump Towers in NY
Located in New York, Trump's main base is a penthouse suite on the 66th floor of the Trump World Tower. Each bedroom boasts its own private bathroom suite, dressing room and walk-in wardrobe, while Donald and his wife Melania's are unsurprisingly the most impressive of all.
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The foyer of Trump's penthouse
It's accessed via solid bronze double doors, and decorated with lavish marble interiors in the style of Louis XIC. The staircase features an elaborate neo-classical mural, one of several paintings done for the Trumps as gifts by artists from all over the world. The clocks and urns seen in the hallway, meanwhile, are 17th-century antiques from France.
In the living room, the ceiling is an imitation of Michelangelo's frescoes in the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican.
Speaking to HELLO! in 20101, Donald's wife Melania said, "New York is a base because Barron goes to school here and we have businesses here. Palm Beach is more like play time. We play golf, tennis and spend a lot of time together. There are still events to attend but it's a relaxing time and there's no school."
Trump's Mar-A-Lago beach estate in Palm Beach, Florida
Donald and Melania Trump also own a palatial beach retreat in the luxurious Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. In an interview with HELLO!, Melania described the 22-acre oceanfront property as a very happy house, saying, "It's where we got married, which was such a big event, so it is a very special place for us."
A drawing room at Mar-A-Lago
The property was built by philanthropist and socialist Marjorie Merriweather Post in 1927, and features a plethora of rare marble, carved stone, gold leaf and eclectic antiques.
Donald purchased the 126-room property in 1985, and transformed it into an ultra-exclusive members-only club, where he and Melania often spend their weekends with their son Barron.
The dining room at Mar-A-Lago
"We have our own special wing," Melania told us. "It's very beautiful and it’s very private. It's very comfortable because you have everything you need. It has tennis, a beach with a swimming pool, an amazing spa. You can really enjoy yourself and everything is right here. There is a beautiful patio and dining room and it's very elegant."
A bedroom at Mar-A-Lago
Elegant is an understatement. In fact, the home is built using marble sourced from an old castle in Cuba, while three boatloads of Dorian stone was imported from Italy for the exterior walls, arches and some of the interior. Now, the home is officially listed on America's National Register of Historic Places.
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