The 10,455-square-foot "Bermuda-style" house has been on the market on and off for years. After sitting unbought at nearly $50 million, the Trumps doubled down and raised the price by $10 million more. It's still for sale at that price.
The home was thrown up well before Trump owned nearby Mar-a-Lago in 1956. The mansion has eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, all located along 194 feet of beach frontage.
The home was purchased for $11.5 million in 2004 by Maryanne Trump Barry, the sister of former President Donald Trump, until she sold it to a limited liability company owned by Donald Jr. and Eric Trump in 2018 for $18.5 million.
Trump's large adult sons don't live on the property. Bloomberg reported that the Trumps have used it as a rental, previously going for a song at $100,000 per month.
"Because of its proximity and its lack of privacy, it would probably be a difficult thing to sell to someone who’s not a Trump supporter," said Guy Clark, a real estate agent with Douglas Elliman, to Bloomberg News. "It’s great for a Trump supporter to own that house and have the accessibility to Trump and his world. For that type of person it’s the right house."