It's not white, and it doesn't have any decorative columns, but it should do. Behold, the Kalorama home that the Obamas will move to once the presidential term is over. This nine-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom residence was built in the 1920s and later renovated and expanded in 2011. With 8,200 square feet of space, the listing offers a fully finished lower level, au-pair suite, and a gated courtyard with enough space for up to 10 cars. According to Redfin, it was last sold in May 12, 2014 for $5.295 million and is currently worth around $6.3 million.
According to Washingtonian, the current owner of the home is Joe Lockhart, who served as the press secretary and senior advisor to President Bill Clinton from 1998-2000. He also served as an advisor to John Kerry in 2004 and is the founder of Glover Park Group, a D.C.-based consulting firm. Earlier this year, Lockhart moved to New York after taking on the position as executive vice president for communications for the NFL.
Once the move into Kalorama is made, Obama will be the first president to stay in the District post-term since Woodrow Wilson in 1921.