We all know that US President Donald Trump is wealthy. Before he became a president of America, he runs his own real estate company that gives him a chance to acquire properties in the US and in another part of the world.
He owns hotels, private clubs, golf course, winery and of course, beautiful houses. No one knows how many houses does the president owns. But here are the seven known to the media.
Trump Tower Penthouse in New York City
This 66 floors of the apartment belonging to the US President Donald Trump. Located in Manhattan, New York and considered to the president’s primary residence.
The president has a multi-story luxury penthouse in the tower and was decorated by legendary designer Angelo Donghia in the early 1980s.
Barron, his 10-year-old son, has a floor all to himself in the tower.
Located in Florida and considered to be a playground for the rich. This is one to the most highly regarded private clubs in the world. Purchased by Donald Trump in 1985 and used as a private residence until 1995.
Located on 20 acres of perfectly landscaped gardens and with ocean views, this 128-room Palm Beach mansion was transformed into a club with 126 rooms along with private quarters for US president.
Seven Springs in Bedford, New York City
One of Trumps residence. It has 60 rooms that include 15 bedrooms, bowling alley, and three pools. According to reports, he paid $7.5 million for the property in 1996.
Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi rented part of the estate while attending the United Nations General Assembly in 2009 when no hotels would allow the Libyan leaders as a guest.
Bedminster Golf Club, New Jersey
Trump love this area so much that he once wanted to be buried there but lately, he wants his resting place to be in Florida.
Trump family owns a cottage on the property but the club is open to members where they can access and enjoy on-site 25-meter heated pool, which comes with two “oversized” hot tubs, poolside dining service, eight tennis courts, a gym, a basketball court, a conference center, and a helipad, according to the club’s website.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner got married there in 2009.
Chateau des Palmiers, St. Martin
This was once a property of President Donald Trump in the Caribbean that he bought in 2013 and used as rental property. It includes 11 bedroom and 12 full bathrooms.There are two villas, in addition to pool cabanas and an estate manager’s house, on the five-acre estate.
The property also features “a huge heated pool, an open air and air conditioned fitness center, a tennis court, and covered outdoor bar, billiards and dining areas. ”
Trump Winery, Virginia
This is a 1,000-acre property that Trump bought for $8.5 million. The property has a vineyards and wine making operation. Trump’s second-eldest son, Eric is the president of the Trump Winery.
Trumps Childhood home in Queens, New York
In this house, US President Donald Trump spent first four-years of his life. For &725 dollars a night in Airbnb, you can rent the “President 45’s Childhood Home.”