President Obama's House in Kalorama

June 20, 2016

It’s your right as a good upstanding citizen to know about the current President and first family’s plans after they vacate the White House. The family will stay in Washington DC until Sasha graduates high school in 2018.  Meanwhile, Malia will take a gap year before heading to Harvard University. The Kalorama home was built in 1928 by F, Moran McConihem, who played an integral part in expanding the Kalorama neighborhood.

The house features an au pair sweet, which, may house Michelle Obama’s mother, who has been staying with them in the White House. The Kalorama home includes a terrace that overlooks a formal garden, a vegetable garden, a butler’s pantry, three fireplaces, and a gated courtyard. The interior features white marble countertops, his and her master bathrooms, hardwood floors, and all stainless steel appliances.

Specifications

Location: Kalorama Neighborhood Washington DC

Size: 8,200 Square Feet

Bedrooms: 9

Bathrooms: 8.5

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