The Obamas have been making the most of their time after leaving office, with trips to the British Virgin Islands and French Polynesia, but it's clear the couple still have a soft spot for the nation's capital. According to the The Washington Post, the former president and first lady have just purchased the home they were renting, an elegant $6 million rental property in Kalorama, Washington, D.C., an elite neighborhood just two miles from the White House. It's believed the family will live there while daughter Sasha finishes high school at Sidwell Friends.
The stunning nine-bedroom home has plenty of space for the family of four plus their two dogs, Bo and Sunny. It boasts eight and a half bathrooms, an exercise room, a manicured garden, a butler's pantry, and an au pair suite. The Obamas join a list of prestigious former Kalorama residents, including Franklin D. Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. Want to peek inside? Tour the Obamas' stunning new home, and then shop their interior designer's book to see how they might decorate the abode.
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