Obamas have decided to stay in Washington for two more years so Sasha can finish school
Built in 1928 and located in the chic neighborhood of Kalorama in Washington. This beautiful mansion is estimated at around 5,3 millions de dollars, according to the british website Business Insider. In reality this neighborhood, equipped withÂ high security, is a neighborhood for country ambassadors and even ex-presidents such as Franklin Roosevelt or Herbert Hoover.
Following a vacation in Palm Springs, Obama will be the second Chief Executive to set up shop post-presidency in the neighborhood, a decision made in part so Sasha could finish high school in D.C. Woodrow Wilson also lived in the area following his two terms in office.
Weâ€™re already questioning what Obama is going to do now. There are rumors that Michelle Obama is planning on writingÂ a childrenâ€™s book over the next coming months, but the familyâ€™s plans arenâ€™t yet 100% clear.Â They could move back to Chicago, where they lived before Barack Obama first became president, or move back to Hawaii where he was born.
Aptly the nine-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom home was built in the 1920s. The 8,200-square-foot property boasts an outside terrace and formal gardens, with a gated courtyard that can fit up to 10 vehicles. The President allowed pictures to be taken of the familyâ€™s private residence within the White House,Â revealingÂ their love of art â€“ and the location where US leaderÂ kept his Grammy awards.