A savvy investor recently flipped President Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens for a hefty sum.
Real estate investor Michael Davis, who bought the house at auction in January, sold the home for $2.14 million -- 54 percent more than the $1.39 million he paid for it.
The five-bedroom Tudor, located at 85-15 Wareham Place in Jamaica Estates, is the same home listed on Trump’s birth certificate. Trump lived there until he was 4, when his family moved to a larger place on a neighboring block.
While it may lack some of the gold accents associated with Trump’s current properties, the home does offer a glimpse into the president's humbler beginnings.
In addition to the bedrooms, the house has 4½ bathrooms and boasts hardwood floors, a fireplace in the living room, a library, arched doorways and more.
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Trump's childhood home in Jamaica Estates
Living room features a fireplace
Enclosed back patio