It took more than a year, but Donald Trump has finally unloaded his custom-made palatial estate in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Unfortunately, for the Donald, the sale didn't go quite as planned. The extravagant businessman and television personality originally asked $12 million for the lavish digs, but the mansion sold for $7.15 million, a major 40% discount from the original list price.
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Donald Trump during NBC Summer Press Tour - Day One at Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, California, United States. (Photo by Jean-Paul Aussenard/WireImage)
It took more than a year, but Donald Trump has finally unloaded his custom-made estate in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Unfortunately the sale didn't go quite as planned. Click to find out what his house sold for, and take a tour of the luxe digs.
The businessman and TV personality originally asked $12 million for the lavish digs, but the mansion sold for $7.15 million, a major 40% discount off the original price. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Rancho-Palos-Verdes/32045-Isthmus-View-Dr-90275/home/22931516" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
The Donald's ridiculously opulent estate is situated on a cul-de-sac in Rancho Palos Verdes. The residence was built especially for the businessman who constructed a five-bedroom mansion, and a luxury 18-hole golf course and clubhouse on the land.
An aerial view of Trump's mansion, which sits on a bluff above the Pacific Ocean. Trump bought the 300 acres of real estate for $27 million back in the late 1990s.
Built in 2010, the mansion includes this luxurious swimming pool and spa, which boast unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean.
The exclusive community of Rancho Palos Verdes wasn't all too thrilled with Trump's developments and fought the Donald on all of his proposed changes, including naming a street after himself, his 2-foot ficus trees, and much more.
At one point, the fight between the community and Trump heated up so much Trump sued the town for $100 million claiming Rancho Palos Verdes "blocked his efforts to maintain the Trump image."
A look at the opulent living room, which Trump designed himself, all the way down to the interior design details such as the lavish marble floors.
The custom home includes this dining room that includes floor-to-ceiling windows in an effort to maximize the spectacular ocean views.
The Donald's home office where he must practice his "You're Fired!" mantra.
Despite its spectacular design and location, even the Donald's residence couldn't sell for its initial ask. The businessman reportedly fetched $7.15 million, which in the general public's eye is more than one would pay for any home.
A view of the home's breakfast area that sits right off of the kitchen.
The spacious kitchen features marble floors, an oversized octagonal center island, and dark raised panel cabinetry.
The octagonal skylight mirrors the large octagonal center island that includes a vegetable sink.
A large breakfast counter separates the kitchen from the breakfast room and family room.
The family room features dark wood floors, a fireplace, and a plethora of sliding glass windows that open to the terrace.
Trump's custom-made abode includes five bedrooms over 11,000 square feet.
A look at the master bathroom. There are nine baths total in the manse.
The master bath is equipped with a double shower, oversized jetted tub and a spacious walk-in closet for all of Trump's suits.
The bottom floor of the house boasts a large game room, which includes a full-sized bar where the sore losers can nurse their loss.
The custom mansion boasts a glassed wine cellar, panic rooms, a private pilots studio and walk-in closets that are as large as many people's own bedrooms.
Golfers will delight in the location of the home. The mansion sits on the grounds of the 18-hole golf course, which the Donald custom-built for himself.