Take a look at the 118-room ‘golden mansion’ where the American son Barron Trump is ‘hiding’ after leaving the White House, stunned by the luxury

Since Donald Trump’s re-election failed and had to move out of the White House, the public has not often seen pictures of their family, especially the youngest son Barron Trump (15 years old) ), the character received a lot of attention and admiration because of his outstanding appearance, charisma and background.

For a long time, Barron has no longer appeared in front of the media and is almost completely “hidden”. So how is the life of the “top son of America” ​​and where is the guy?

Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where the American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 1.

The Barron Trump family moved out of the White House last December

At the end of last year, public opinion raised a lot of speculation about where the Trump family would move to in the event the White House changed hands, and most believed that they would return to New York and live in New York. The top 3 floors of the 58-storey Trump Tower – is the headquarters of The Trump Organization – “a charming symbol on the horizon” of the busiest city in the United States.

However, not so, but in the end, the former president, along with his wife and youngest son, decided to move back to the Mar-a-Lago club, Palm Beach, Florida, Donald’s favorite ‘golden mansion’. Trump in the series of properties he owns.

Mar-a-Lago is named after the Spanish word, which means sea to lake, because it is built right on more than 5,810 square meters of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Worth. This is the second largest mansion in Florida (after Versailles in Windermere) and the 20th largest in the United States. The villa area includes 118 rooms, designed in Moorish – Spain style with antique, luxurious and aristocratic interiors.

Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 2.

The mansion of more than 5000 square meters by the sea where the Trump family is living

Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where the American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 3.

Luxury interior, “gilded” inside Mar-a-Lago mansion

Mar-a-Lago was completed in 1927 by the first owner, Marjorie Merriweather – heiress to the Postum cereal company – who was also the richest person in America at that time, with a total cost of 7 million dollars (equivalent to 7 million dollars). $120 million at present value). In 1973, after Marjorie’s death, this house was donated to the US government and became a national property.

However, after many transfers of ownership, in 1985, Mar-a-Lago was bought by billionaire Donald J. Trump for about 10 million USD and used as his residence for 8 years, before Mr. Trump. decided to turn it into an international golf club as well as a luxury spa and resort for the elite. Even so, they still maintain a separate, self-contained residence for their family right in the heart of the club.

Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 5.

Mar-a-Lago Club has become an entertainment resort for America’s elite since 2012

Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where the American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 6.
Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 7.

During his time in office, Mr. Trump received a number of heads of state here such as the Prime Minister of Japan, the President of Brazil, … at Mar-a-Lago

Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where the American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 8.
Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where the American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 9.

Barron Trump and his parents at Mar-a-Lago during the New Year 2017

In 2018, Forbes estimated the property’s value at around $160 million, which has appreciated since the Trump acquisition. Here, since 2012, anyone “can enter” for free to buy a membership card, with a fee of up to 200,000 USD.

The club currently has about 500 members. Members can use the swimming pool, beach, dining hall, private rooms or rent an event venue. Members also have to pay an annual fee of $14,000, along with a minimum $2,000 dinner fee.

Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where the American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 10.
Take a look at the 118-room gilded mansion where the American son Barron Trump is hiding after leaving the White House, looking stunned because it's so lavish - Photo 11.

Nguồn: Insider, TownandCountry

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