19 spectacular photos inside Obamas’ new home

We take a look inside Obama's new home in a wealthy Washington neighborhood

News Desk May 26, 2016
We take a look inside Obama's new home PHOTO: WASHINGTON FINE PROPERTIES VIA DAILY MAIL

Come January, US President Barack Obama and family will have to vacate the White House and move to a new home.

The Obamas have chosen to move to a mansion in the upscale Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, a mere two miles from the White House, according to New York Times.

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The 8,200-square-foot, nine bedroom house, valued around $6 million, according to several real estate websites, with an estimated monthly rent of $22,000 on Zillow, is owned by Joe Lockhart, a former press secretary and senior adviser to Bill Clinton.

“It’s a very quiet neighborhood; that’s part of the reason why all of us like it there,” said Tony Podesta, who lives two doors from the house the Obamas will rent. Many times a day, taxis can be seen making their way to the Islamic Center on the block for prayers, according to NYT.

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Although Obama has a house in Chicago, he intends to remain in Washington until his daughter Sasha finishes high school.

We take a look inside Obama's new home:

PHOTO: Gabriella Demczuk for The New York Times

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Abbas Ali | 5 years ago | Reply Hmm... Not too impressive, our poor country's politicians have better than this.
Rajesh | 5 years ago | Reply Wow truly spectacular & majestic. Irresistible & out of reach for millions of Asians & Africans.
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