20 Photos of Obama’s Martha’s Vineyard Summer Rental that’s up For Sale
Obama’s Martha’s Vineyard gets price cut of multi-million-dollar.
The summer rental owned by President Obama gets a price cut from $22.5 million to $19.125 million.
The property got a price cut after being on the market for so long and had no one interested in it.
Located at 120 feet above the Atlantic, this property is spectacular, and we are wondering why no one wanted to buy it.
The home was designed by architect Rick Sundberg, who made sure the property had a lot of skylights and walls of windows.
Featuring a flowing, open interior layout, the Chilmark home served as the Obamas’ summer vacation spot for so long now.
Built in 2006, this property has six bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half baths.
Because the home has plenty of skylights and walls of windows, the unique design allows a lot of natural light to pass through and boasts breathtaking views of the Atlantic ocean.
And because the house was Obama’s prime summer rental, it should have a luxurious interior, which in this case in present.
With a shade of luxury in every room, this house has precast concrete fireplace mantles, marble baths and oak and radiant-heated limestone floors.
At 7,000 square feet, the home has top quality appliances which give the place a relaxed, yet sophisticated vibe.
This is what every art collector dreams about, is a canvas and was designed with abundant space to showcase art.
“This home blends traditional Vineyard motifs with a modern aesthetic. The impeccable attention to detail is highlighted in the chef’s kitchen with sitting area, fireplace and custom casework.”
When you step outside, there is a different story. A half-basketball court, large screened porch, several outdoor terraces, and a heated infinity pool offers a lot of spaces for outdoor fun.
A two-bedroom guest cottage is also found on the 9.5-acre property.
“A true seaside splendor, this estate is perchedon 9.5 acres of wooded hillside and includes access to a private beach on the pristine Atlantic Ocean coastline and a private dock on the tranquil Chilmark pond. This is truly a trophy property. “
Do you think someone is going to purchase this property, now that the price got cut?