16 beds 35 baths 55,000 sqft
Note: This property is not currently for sale or for rent. It is Donald Trump's.
Home to every American president except George Washington - who chose the site - the White House is rich in history and tradition. Known as "The People's House", the complex is made up of the Executive Residence flanked by colonnades that connect to the West Wing and East Wing.
The six-story Executive Residence serves as the president's living quarters and entertaining area. Notable rooms include the Diplomatic Reception Room where President Franklin D. Roosevelt held fireside chats, Lincoln Bedroom that was once the namesake's office, East Room which hosts large ceremonies and State Dining Room for formal dinners. The impressive kitchen is equipped to serve dinner for up to 140 guests and hors d'oeuvres to over 1,000.
The First Family enjoys the top two floors as its private living area. These floors are altered to accommodate the needs of each new president. In addition to many bedrooms, you'll find a sun room, music room, game room and gym. Also within the house is a library, a doctor's office, flower and carpenter shops, and a bowling alley. Head to the East Wing, past the 40-seat Family Theater to the offices of the First Lady, the White House social secretary and correspondence staff.
On the opposite side of the Executive Residence is the West Wing. This is the operations hub of the president's top staff, complete with the press briefing room and the famous Oval Office.
The complex sits on 18 meticulously landscaped acres, including the North and South Lawns, a putting green, two fountains, the Rose Garden and Jacqueline Kennedy Garden. While public White House tours are limited, anyone can appreciate the beauty of the grounds from the bordering streets.
So...what's the Zestimate?
Two things. It's in a bad neighborhood. And 2 -- look at the neighbors you'd be stuck with (via Laura Ingle).
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