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Inside Ivanka Trump’s new D.C. home

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The Kalorama residence was designed by the Masonic Temple architect

All photos via Washington Fine Properties

Amongst future neighbors like Barack Obama, Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, have chosen Washington, D.C.’s Kalorama neighborhood as their new home. The six-bedroom single-family home chosen sold for $5.5 million in December 2016, though The Washington Post notes that "it is unclear whether the couple bought the home themselves or whether they’ll be renting from its new owner."

As Modern Orthodox Jews, Trump and Kushner chose the location on Tracy Place NW in order to be within walking distance to The Shul at Chabad-Lubavitch Center.

The listing was built in 1923 and designed by Waddy Butler Wood. Wood was a Washington, D.C. architect whose works include the Woodrow Wilson House and the Masonic Temple, which is now used as the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Award-winning D.C.-based architect Christian Zapatka renovated the property in 2014.

When the home first landed on the market in January 2016, it asked $5.9 million. It offers an open floor plan, multiple walk-in closets, and a finished lower level with enough room for an additional bedroom. The garage is spacious enough for two cars.

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Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner have found their D.C. home [The Washington Post]