President Donald Trump is looking to unload his luxurious French St. Martin beachfront estate. The sprawling 4.8-acre estate on St. Martin’s Plum Bay encompasses two villas, one five-bedroom and another four-bedroom and a number of other red-tile-roofed structures, from pool cabanas to a house for the estate manager. In total, the compound contains 11 bedrooms and 12 full bathrooms.
The larger villa has a two-story master bedroom with a Jacuzzi bath tub and two private balconies. The smaller villa has a number of themed bedrooms, including the “Jungle Room” with a king-size bed. The whole property is enclosed by an eight-foot boundary wall.
Le Chateau des Palmiers, which President Trump described as “one of the greatest mansions in the world” when he bought it in 2013, was quietly listed for sale last month on the website of Sotheby’s International Realty, and though the official listing states that the price is available upon request, the property’s asking price is reportedly at least US$28 million.
It’s unclear why the property is for sale. It earned Trump between $200,000 and $2 million in rental fees between 2014 and mid-2016, according to financial disclosures. Officials with the White House and the Trump Organization did not respond to repeated requests for comment.