Inside Ivanka Trump and Jared’s dilapidated $24 million Miami mansion, the swimming pool was dirty and looked like a lot of work was needed
The new Miami mansion built by IVANKA Trump and Jared Kushner for $24 million seems to require a lot of construction work because the pictures show its dirty swimming pool and dilapidated courtyard area.
Aerial photography showed that the mansion needed some major home renovations, including re-laying work on the outdoor terrace and draining water that looked like a swamp.
The former eldest daughter and her husband snapped up their new home in April on the highly secure Indian Creek Island known as the “billionaire bunker.” Real deal report.
It has six bedrooms on 1.3 acres of land. The 8,510 square foot residence also has a double staircase and waterfront views.
After the defeat of Donald Trump’s election, they flew out of Washington, but they did not seem to have moved into their new home.
In contrast, Ivanka, Jared and their three children have been living in a high-rise apartment in Surfside Art. The town suffered devastating losses after the collapse of Champlain Tann last month.
The couple’s new home was formerly owned by record producer Scott Storch.
Other people living in Indian Creek (it is thought to be $427,000 in annual taxes) include billionaire Carl Icahn, billionaire hedge fund Eddie Lambert, and Hotels.com co-founder Bob Dina And developer Jeffrey Soffer.
Indian Creek Village is known as “the most unique municipality in the world”, with only 34 houses, 42 residents and a private 13 people Policemen To ensure the safety of its well-known residents.
Elsewhere, there is an Indian Creek Country Club and an 18-hole golf course for residents to enjoy.
A single bridge guarded by a powerful gate is the only way to enter the island. Every three residents have an island policeman to ensure their safety and privacy.
A 24-hour maritime patrol team also closely monitors the waters around this fashionable neighborhood.
Initial reports indicated that Ivanka and Jared would try to rebuild their lives in New York, but friends said that it would be “difficult” to return to social circles.
Former friends turned critics including actresses Natalie Portman, Emmy Rosen, socialites and former Vogue editor Lauren Santo Domingo-but the Kushners still work with art dealers Tico and Colby Mugrabi .
The Kushners have been living in Washington DCIn the Kalorama community, where they are renting a $15,000 monthly home owned by a subsidiary of the billionaire Andrónico Luksic’s family office.
They also own an apartment on Park Avenue in New York City and a cottage at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster. New Jersey.