The Obamas Moved Into This Home After The White House
Many Americans have dreamt of living at the White House. It’s one of the most iconic places in the country, but to move there, you would have to become president. President Barack Obama was elected for office in 2008 – making history as the first African-American leader of the nation – and served for two terms until 2017. It seems that any residence after the White House might be second-best, but that’s not the case with this family.
Town & Country Magazine actually published details about their new home in 2016, and it’s located in Kalorama, Washington D.C. It’s filled with all kinds of luxury that average people can only dream about, and the pictures of each room might make you green with envy. Let’s find out more about their residence, and maybe where other American politicians live!
MOVING TO A NEW HOUSE
In 2018, GoBankingRates estimated that Barack Obama had a net worth of $40 million, which is the kind of money you need if you want to live in the Kalorama neighborhood. Their home address is actually pubic knowledge, and it’s in 2446 Belmont Road NW in Washington D.C. The Obamas never had to worry that they wouldn’t get over their time at the White House.
This new home was worth somewhere between $6 and $8 million, while the rent was $22,000 a month. The family didn’t originally plan to continue their stay in Washington D.C. They rented this home and were set to move after Sasha Obama, Barack’s eldest daughter, finished high school. Luckily, they liked it enough to finally purchase the home and also added a few updates of their own.
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