Donald Trump's childhood home on the market
December 16, 2020 - Queens
A real estate agency is asking Trump supporters to donate to help purchase the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home, to show their “love.”
The Tudor-style home along Wareham Place failed to sell at auction last year, and is listed for sale.
Paramount Realty USA started the GoFundMe page to raise donations, with a goal of $3 million.
The campaign, which launched Nov. 23, has raised just $6,640, so it still has approximately $2.994 million to go.
Other Tudor-style houses on the street in Jamaica Estates, an affluent New York suburb which resembles an English park, are listed for only about $1.3 million.
Donald Trump’s late father Fred built the five-bedroom home with a fireplace and narrow driveway in 1940.
In 1950, when Trump was 4, Fred moved the family into a grand 23-room mansion he built on two lots behind the backyard.
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