Part of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's childhood is up for sale.
The 2,000 square-foot home where the mogul grew up, at 85-15 Wareham Pl. in the affluent Jamaica Estates, is on the market for $1.65 million, as first reported by Newsday.
The address of the property is listed on a copy of Trump’s birth certificate posted by ABC News, although when the family lived there the street was called Wareham Road.
Built in 1940, the brick and stucco Tudor features six bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and mahogany floors, according to Howard Kaminowitz, a broker with Laffey Fine Homes which is marketing the property.
The basement of the house includes a bedroom, a full bathroom and has two outside entrances, Kaminowitz added.
“It’s a really nice house,” he said. “And it’s probably the least expensive Tudor in Jamaica Estates now.”
Kaminowitz said that the average price for a Tudor house in the area is currently about $2 million.
Trump lived in the house until his father, developer Fred Trump, built a larger house on nearby Midland Parkway.
Kaminowitz said he was not sure of when the family moved.
Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
The property which Kaminowitz said was placed on the market last Friday will hold its first open house this Saturday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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