Where exactly does a former real estate mogul and GOP nominee take up residence? It comes as no surprise that Donald Trump owns a fair amount of residential property, yet is there any one particular residence he calls "home?" It's a complicated question to answer considering the presidential candidate owns dozens of apartments and condos in Manhattan alone, not to mention his extensive travel schedule.
Trump does spend a good deal of time in his Manhattan-based penthouse in Trump Tower on Fifth Ave., according to the New York Daily News. The real estate mogul shares the three-level residence with wife Melania. The penthouse would make one think that Trump was the heir to a European throne as opposed to the presidential candidate; the home was apparently designed to resemble France’s Versailles with its Rococo-inspired marble floors and pillars and 24-karat gold accents.
It is reportedly valued at $100 million.
Trump Park Avenue and Trump Parc are other major Trump-owned condos. While penthouses and sweeping apartments sell anywhere from $14 to $35 million (according to Architectural Digest), Trump has kept almost 40 apartments for himself. His daughter, Ivanka Trump, takes up residence in one of the penthouses on 502 Park Ave. with husband Jared Kushner and their children.
One of the condos, which sold earlier this year, was a full-floor unit at Trump Park Avenue, listed at 4,200-square-feet and included four bedrooms, a private elevator and offered “unobstructed views of Central Park.” The sprawling condo sold for $14 million.
For outings outside of Manhattan, Trump has a private summer home in Bedford, New York. He bought the home in 1996, which includes 15 bedrooms, three swimming pools, a bowling alley and even two servants’ wings.
A veritable summer retreat, the whole family visits the property to hike, fish and to otherwise seek refuge from public scrutiny.
In addition to the New York residences, Trump also counts a six-bedroom mansion on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, as well as Vineyard Estates, a 2,000-acre property located in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the Mar-a-Lago Country Club in Palm Beach, Florida, on 17-acres. The once-private mansion is now used as a hotel.