You can buy Donald Trump’s childhood home

You can buy Donald Trump’s childhood home

Donald Trump’s earliest childhood home in Queens could be going once, going twice and sold to the highest bidder at a Manhattan auction on Wednesday. The home’s current owners, Isaac and Claudia Kestenberg, purchased the home at 85-15 Wareham Place in upscale Jamaica Estates in 2008 for $782,500. That address is listed on Trump’s birth certificate. “We are choosing to auction the property because we don’t know what it’s worth,” said the couple in a statement. “It is unique, and the market has changed so much since we purchased the property; we will let buyers bid what they wish and tell us what it’s worth Opening bid for the auction at 6 p.m. at the Roosevelt Hotel is $849,000. The five-bedroom Tudor includes a two-car garage. The property had been listed for $1.65 million over the summer. Prospective bidders must walk in with a bank or certified check for $90,000.

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