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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home

The post-presidential home for Barack Obama and his family. Author: MRIS.com

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Take a look inside the multi-million dollar home President Obama and his family will lease once it's time to leave the White House.


This January President Obama and his family will say goodbye to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and lease a 8,200-square-foot mansion in Washington, D.C.'s Kalorama neighbourhood. Owned by Joe Lockhart, a former White House press secretary, the multi-million dollar mansion will cost an estimated $22,000 per month to rent.


Built in the 1920s the Obama family will call this nine bedroom mansion their home for the next two years while their youngest daughter Sasha finishes high school. Located in one of Washington's most desired neighbourhoods the home also features two kitchens, nine bathrooms, a home office and large multimedia room. The home also features a spacious au pair suite which is said to be the perfect place for Michelle's mother (who currently lives with them at the White House).

Take the tour of this beautiful red-brick Tudor home below and check out the full listing here.
 

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Gorgeous 1920s home

Built in the 1920s, this gorgeous Tudor-style home is located in one of Washington's most desired neighbourhoods.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Front entrance

It might not be the North Portico at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue but that doesn't mean this front door is lacking in character. We love the large wrought iron door, wall sconces and the beautiful patina copper awning.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Grand foyer

We're certain this grand foyer will be filled with framed family photos and lots of fresh flowers soon enough.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Front hall

Once inside you can follow the beautiful black and white marble tile floor right into a spacious living room.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Living room

With lots of natural light and a walk-out to the backyard this living room is the perfect space for entertaining and relaxing. We can already invision Bo and Sunny (the family's Portuguese Water Dogs) laying comfortably by the large fireplace.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Sitting room

It's no oval office but we're sure President Obama will make good use of this cozy sitting room.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Gourmet kitchen

What's not to love about this spacious kitchen. From the Shaker-style cabinetry to the glossy subway tile backsplash and gorgeous hardwood flooring it's a great space for the family to enjoy making meals together (which is one of Michelle's favourite things to do).

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

A classic look

We love the look of classic subway tile and marble countertops against the contrasting black window frames in this kitchen. And let's not forget about that glorious 6-burner gas range.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Butler's pantry

With lots of storage space, a small mini fridge and dishwasher a well organized pantry is sure to help keep this home's kitchen neat and tidy.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Family room

We can't help but wonder how the Obama family might redecorate their temporary home. Another large living space means plenty of opportunity to add family photos, keepsakes and artwork.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Dining room

They might not be hosting state dinners but this dynamic dining room is definitely large enough for entertaining guests.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Master suite

The home's master bedroom includes a fireplace and sitting area as well as his and hers ensuite bathrooms.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Dressing room

As a style and fashion icon we're certain Michelle will be able to fill every nook of this dressing room.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Her master bathroom

If there's one thing President Obama and the First Lady don't have to worry about it's sharing a bathroom. The master bedroom has both his and hers bathrooms with Michelle's featuring a luxurious deep-soaker tub and vanity.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

His master bathroom

It might not be as luxurious, but this bathroom features a spacious walk-in shower.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Guest bedroom

This guestroom is just one of eight others in the home. Which means there's plenty of options for both Malia and Sasha when choosing a post-White-House bedroom.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Rear patio with garden

Michelle is quite the greenthumb (she's kept a garden at the White House since 2009) which means this large greenspace is bound to be full of fresh flowers, vegetables and herbs in no time.

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Tour Barack Obama's post-presidential home in Washington, D.C.

Parking pad

The home also features a two car garage and parking pad to accomodate up to six other vehicles. Making it the perfect spot the family's Secret Service agents.

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