Donald Trump's current New York City digs might feature gilded archways, Versaille-style architecture, and uninterrupted views of the Manhattan skyline, but his childhood home is far more modest than Trump Tower. The presidential candidate's former six-bedroom home in Jamaica Estates, Queens, has been listed for $1.65 million, House Beautiful reports.
Trump was born at nearby Jamaica Hospital and lived in the two-storey home for four years. A far cry from the real estate mogul's current penthouse, the brick and stucco Tudor-style property has a quaint living area, traditional fireplace, and summer kitchen with wooden cabinetry. Realtor Howard Kaminowitz of Laffey Fine Homes, describes the property as "potentially significant," given the recent announcement that Trump is the nominee of the Republican Party in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
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The building exterior features typical of Tudor-style brickwork.
It boasts a five-car driveway and two-car detached garage.
While the interior décor has no doubt changed since the Trump family took residence, these real estate images give a glimpse into the candidate's childhood.
The home was built in 1940, and has a formal dining room, open fireplace, and furnished basement.
The home has a stately office, with wood panneling and traditional finishes.