Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have purchased a Miami mansion on the ultra-exclusive Indian Creek Island for $24 million.
The former first daughter and her husband purchased the six-bedroom, eight-and-a-half bathroom mansion located in Biscayne Bay, for a million dollars under asking after it sat on the market for half a year.
The couple closed on April 13, 7 months after they purchased a pricey vacant two-acre lot for $32.2 million, merely blocks down the street from their most recent purchase.
The vacant piece of land was once owned by Spanish singer Julio Iglesias, and sits on a plot of land in Miami dubbed ‘Billionaire Bunker,’ by Forbes.
Former White House advisers Ivanka Trump (right) and her husband, Jared Kushner, (left) recently purchased another Miami mansion, on the ultra-exclusive Indian Creek Island the Real Deal reports
Ivanka and Kushner reportedly closed on the 6-bedroom, 8½-bathroom mansion located in Biscayne Bay, for $24 million on April 13
The couple purchased the property at a million-dollar discount after it sat on the market for half a year
The couple’s new 8,510-square-foot French neo-classical residence, sits on 1.26 acres
The mansion is equipped with 26-feet-high domed ceilings, a grand double staircase and open entertaining areas
In addition, the mansion also features a large family and screening room, a wood-paneled office, large gym, and a huge master bedroom with two full bathrooms
An opulent, soaking bathtub can be found in the master bedroom
Trump and Kushner initially had plans to build property on the lot, but are currently renting a oceanfront condo in the Arte, a luxury high-rise complex located less than a mile from the Champlain Towers South, which collapsed las month.
The couple’s new 8,510-square-foot French neo-classical residence, sits on 1.26 acres, and is equipped with 26-feet-high domed ceilings, a grand double staircase, open entertaining areas, a large family and screening room, a wood-paneled office, large gym, and a huge master bedroom with two full bathrooms.
The property also features manicured gardens, reflecting pools, a resort-style pool, and a large dock.
The property also features manicured gardens, reflecting pools, a resort-style pool, and a large dock
The eat-in kitchen is complete with stainless steel appliances in addition to opulent chandelier that is prominently displayed above the island
Featured in the photo is an office featured in the 8,510-square-foot French neo-classical residence
The mansion also comes equipped with a bar for entertaining guests
The master bathroom is complete ith two opposite vanities and a soaking bathtub
The master bathroom is complete with a large, walk-in shower
The massive dining room comes complete with a wood fireplace and modern light fixtures
An expansive family room is perfect for entertaining guests indoors when the weather doesn’t permit
A large, walk-in closet can be found in the master bedroom
The exclusive property comes complete with with a large patio for entertaining guests outdoors
However, new aerial photos from the property depict an all-around ghastly illustration than the seemingly picturesque oasis featured in the photos.
The outdoor hot tubs have been drained, the swimming pool’s water has turned a rancid green — a stark contrast to the sparkling blue seen in previous photos.
The back patio also appears to be in the midst of retiling.
According to Miami-Dade property records, the last recorded update for the 1.26-acre lot’s pools, jacuzzi and patio was in 1994 when the home was built.
The couple’s new splurge comes a year after the pair purchased a pricey vacant 2-acre lot $32.2 million , merely blocks down the street from their most recent purchase
The vacant piece of land was once owned by Spanish singer Julio Iglesias, and sits on a plot of land in Miami dubbed ‘Billionaire Bunker,’ by Forbes
The house was sold to the couple by billionaire Alex Meruelo and his wife, Liset Meruelo. Previous owners also include record producer Scott Storch, who owned the home from 2004 to 2008, property records show.
The gated, exclusive island features some Florida’s most exclusive properties for the wealthy, with about 30 mansions on the beaches.
Among the amenities offered on the island include a 24-hour police force and an 18-hole golf course, according to the listing.
Trump and Kushner are rumored to be unwelcome at a members-only country club on the island.
The couple were previously renting a mansion in the upscale area of Kalorama in Washington, D.C. before migrating to Florida.
Before that, the couple lived in a Park Avenue apartment on Upper East Side, in addition to owning a home on the property of the the Trump National Golf Club.