A Palm Beach mansion owned by the Trump family just hit the market for $49 million, and it's right across the street from Mar-a-Lago
- A Palm Beach, Florida, mansion owned by the Trump family just hit the market for $49 million.
- Donald Trump's sister
Maryanne Trump Barrysold it to Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump in 2018.
- The eight-bedroom home includes membership to Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, which is across the street.
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Guy Clark, a Douglas Elliman real-estate agent, told Bloomberg that whoever bought the home would most likely be pro-Trump."Because of its proximity and its lack of privacy, it would probably be a difficult thing to sell to someone who's not a Trump supporter," Clark said. "It's great for a Trump supporter to own that house and have the accessibility to Trump and his world. For that type of person it's the right house."
The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.
A migration to FloridaAfter the end of Trump's presidency in January, most of the Trump family decamped to Florida. Trump and his wife, Melania, took up residence in Mar-a-Lago mere hours before Joe Biden's inauguration. The month prior, Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, dropped $32 million on a piece of land on a private island in Miami known as the Billionaire Bunker. In the meantime, they're said to be renting a luxury condo nearby.
In January, the New York Post reported that Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, were house-hunting in Jupiter, Florida, while Page Six reported that Tiffany Trump was looking for property in Miami.
The Trumps aren't the only ones to relocate to Florida during the pandemic. Palm Beach's real-estate market is booming (another Palm Beach mansion on land once owned by Donald Trump recently went into contract for $140 million), and Wall Street and tech execs have been snapping up homes in Miami.
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