Most Famous Celebrity Homes – Donald Trump – For most celebrities home is a luxury villa or a magnificent mansion, even spending most of their time travelling from one side of the world to the other, there’s nothing like home.
From the inside to the outside of this celebrity homes, we will do a tour inside the corners of this homes. Talking about their choices and the interior designers they choose let’s continuous this tour with the #18 position of our celebrity homes ranking, Donald Trump.
Donald Trump has proven, that between his stern demeanor and his savvy business mind, he’s always playing a winning hand. The value of his real estate portfolio is rising thanks to the recovering market, as well as improvements he’s made at Miami’s Doral golf resort and Washington D.C.’s Old Post Office building, which he’s turning into a luxury hotel.
So, let’s talk about his luxury homes. There are five of themes, located from New York to Los Angeles and all of them are huge.
1# Le Chateau des Palmiers, Plum Bay Beach, St. Maarten
Purchased in October 2013 on the French side of St. Marten/St. Maarten, this his smaller estate compared with the others. However, for us this is an huge real estate with nine bedroom home, a tennis courts, a fitness center and an enormous garden for those days when riding the golf cart around and playing a full-18.
He rent this place to give to all his guest a luxury experience, including in the rental price a personal chef, butler and daily laundry service, enjoying the beautiful Caribbean sunsets from this stunning one-of-a-kind Château and experience the vacation of a lifetime.
2# Albemarle Home, Charlottesville, Virginia
Donald Trump purchased Ms. Kluge’s vineyards and winery at first, spending $62 million. But then a few months later, he decided to spend an extra $6.2 million to purchase her 23,000 sq. ft. mansion. This mansion have been built by the late John Kluge – once the world’s richest man
The home, an 18th-century English country estate, sports 45 rooms and includes a complete movie theater, horse stable, 3,500 bottle wine cellar, a 2,000 sq. ft. sitting room, spacious green house and, of course, a guest cottage.
#3 Seven Springs, Bedford, New York
Purchased in 1995 for $7.5 million by Trump, his intent was to turn it into a golf course, however, the locals protested about the possibility of the chemicals from golf carts, so he use the home for their private use.
But he don’t stop his vision and changed to parceling this 213 acres into nine lots instead of the golf course and finally, he has gotten approval to do just that.
#4 Mar-a-lago Estate, Palm Beach, Florida
Been well-publicized and after living there for ten years, Donald Trump has turned this property into a club. He purchased this 17-acre property for $10 million in 1985 and it’s clear he is getting his money’s worth.
This expensive mansion includes 58 bedrooms, 33 bathrooms, 12 fireplaces, 3 bomb shelters, a pool and guest house, so this home-turned-club is a fantastic destination for the elite but just a few can afford it.
It was originally built and owned by cereal heiress, Marjorie Merriweather Post of Post cereal fame.
#1 Trump Tower, New York City
Well known by the audience of Celebrity Apprentice, have a overlooks by Central Park with their 68-story skyscraper. That’s here he spend much of his personal time, in an huge penthouse apartment.
His private quarters include a gold and diamond covered door, an indoor fountain, a hand-painted ceiling and an incredible chandelier. The fact that it is a 5 star, luxury hotel that overlooks Central Park
Beside of that, on top of the list, he’s a one-man brand: Apprentice appearances, books, speaking engagements, Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants, menswear at Macy’s, and his name on everything from alcohol to high-end mattresses, all bringing in cash. More answers, you can see here.
1) The art of the deal. He knows he can buy low and sell high.
2) He loves showing the world his ability to make lemonade out of lemons.