Thomas Phippen, DCNF
Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner’s Washington, D.C., home is a short three-minute walk from President Barack Obama future residence.
Trump and Kushner will move into a house in D.C.’s Kalorama neighborhood, near several embassies and the expansive Rock Creek Park, the Washingtonian reported Tuesday.
The six-bedroom home sold for $5.5 million Dec. 22, but it’s not clear whether Trump and Kushner bought it, or will rent it from the new owners. Incidentally, Ivanka’s new home will be about the same distance, or slightly closer to the Islamic Center of Washington, D.C., than Obama’s house.
President-elect Donald Trump wants his daughter and son-in-law to serve in his administration; it’s not clear what role the two will have.
Obama will be staying in D.C. after his presidential term ends Jan. 20 so his younger daughter Sasha can finish high school at the nearby Sidwell Friends School campus.
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