A house in Washington D.C.’s most elite neighborhood – home to the Obamas and Ivanka Trump, has gone on the market for $5.75 million.

The elegant six bedroom home, completed in the Federal Revival style, is at Six Kalorama Circle – just one block from Barack Obama and his family’s post-presidency property.

The current First Family are moving into a $5.3million home in Kalorama on Inauguration Day, so 15-year-old Sasha Obama can finish out high school at the Sidwell Friends School. The Obamas are leasing the house from Bill Clinton’s former press secretary Joe Lockhart and his wife Giovanna Gray, who works for Glamour magazine.

A house in Washington D.C.’s most elite neighborhood – home to the Obamas and Ivanka Trump, has gone on the market for $5.75 million

The elegant six bedroom home boasts a light and airy glass conservatory which has views over the backyard

The house, at at Six Kalorama Circle, also has a large modern kitchen in a minimalist monochrome style

The $5.75 million home is just one block from Barack Obama and his family’s post-presidency property

The house, which is also a stone’s throw from Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner’s new home, also featured awood paneled library

Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, have also been house-hunting in the area, to put themselves close to Ivanka’s father when Donald Trump takes the White House.

Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos has also just spent $23 million to buy the biggest home in the area. The billionaire, who became the second richest person in the world this year, bought the 27,000 square-foot former Textile Museum to turn it into a pied-a-tierre in the city for himself and his family, the Washington Post reports.

Now you can become their new neighbor – if you have almost $6 million to spare.

The three-story 1930s home boasts six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two partial baths, sunlit breakfast room and kitchen, four fireplaces, a formal dining room and a wood paneled library. 

Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos has also just spent $23 million to buy the biggest home in the area. Now you can become their new neighbor and own this stunning dining room – if you have almost $6 million to spare

The three-story 1930s home boasts six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two partial baths and a sunlit breakfast room

The large home also has a kitchen, four fireplaces, a formal dining room and a wood paneled library

The large brick fireplace opens into a spacious living room perfect for entertaining – which may come in useful if – as is expected – members of Trump’s incoming administration choose to live in the area

The home has large, spacious rooms – including five bathrooms, two half baths and six bedrooms

The home appears to be a bargain at $5.75 million, as another Federal-style home, situated next door, has gone on the market for $7.9 million

This current property has been on the market for several months. But its broker, Michael Rankin at TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, is confident that it will be snatched up soon by members of the incoming Trump administration

There is also a glass conservatory and a roof deck, offering a ‘commanding’ view across the neighborhood – perhaps even over the home’s famous neighbors.

Six Kalorama Circle also has a four-car garage, a private elevator, multiple original features, while the property boasts a large and level lawn.

Brokers and locals have already been speculating about what impact the presidential presence of the Obamas, and incoming First Daughter Ivanka Trump will have on property prices in the area.

But Kalorama has long been home to Washington’s rich and powerful.

The house is based in Washington D.C.’s most elite neighborhood – which is also home to the Obamas (right)  and Ivanka Trump (left)

Six Kalorama Circle also has a four-car garage, a private elevator, multiple original features, while the property boasts a large and level lawn

There is also a glass conservatory and a roof deck, offering a ‘commanding’ view across the neighborhood – perhaps even over the home’s famous neighbors

The charming property comes alive at night when the light shows off the spacious home’s multiple large windows

Brokers and locals have already been speculating about what impact the presidential presence of the Obamas, and incoming First Daughter Ivanka Trump will have on property prices in the area. But Kalorama has long been home to Washington’s rich and powerful

The ambassadors of France, Monaco, the Netherlands, and Greece all live in the neighborhood while the Turkish Embassy is around the corner from Ivanka’s new home.

This current property has been on the market for several months. 

But its broker, Michael Rankin at TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, is confident that it will be snatched up soon by members of the incoming Trump administration.

‘As we get the next wave of people coming into the administration,’ he told Bloomberg. ‘You can be sure that we’ll see more of them winding up in Kalorama.’

And this one appears to be a bargain at $5.75 million, as another Federal-style home, situated next door, has gone on the market for $7.9 million. 

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