Now that President Donald Trump is living in the White House, he’s doesn’t have as much free time to spend at his vacation homes. And since his Mar-a-Lago resort is clearly his favorite destination, when he does get a break from Washington D.C., it doesn’t seem like his Caribbean residence is at the top of his list. Perhaps that’s why he’s reportedly selling the St. Martin-based mansion.
He bought the home, dubbed Le Château des Palmiers, back in 2013. It sits on a five-acre property, which includes a main house, a guest house and an eight-foot-tall gate around it all. According to reports, Trump generally uses this home as a vacation rental, which ranges from $6,000 to $28,000 per night, depending on the time of year it’s being rented. The private pool and Plum Bay beachfront location makes it a dreamy escape for anyone.
But even though renters likely spend more time in this mansion than Trump does, he still gave it his signature style. We’re talking tons of gold statements and an overall glamorous tone. We can only assume this is Trump’s bedroom, as the crystal chandelier and yellow curtain panels are dead giveaways of his touch. There are 10 other bedrooms in the compound, as well as 12 bathrooms, a fitness center, a tennis court and a covered outdoor bar with billiards and a dining area.
Even though the listing company Sotheby’s Realty International says the price is only available upon request, other sites report that Trump is asking for $28 million. That makes sense since he reportedly bought it for just shy of $20 million.
Take a video tour of the mansion to get a closer look at the property:
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