Real Estate Trump's childhood home in Queens: See photos By Lauren Cook email@example.com Updated August 8, 2017 7:53 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Why own a piece of American history when you can rent it? President Donald Trump's childhood home in Jamaica Estates, Queens, is now listed on Airbnb for $600 a night, according to a recent listing on the site. The listing bears a green insignia indicating it was “verified” by the website. The five-bedroom Tudor, located at 85-15 Wareham Place, 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. Despite (or perhaps because of) its notoriety, the house has changed several hands since July 2016. It was most recently sold in January 2017 for a hefty sum of $2.14 million. 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. Scroll down to take a tour. Trump's childhood home in Jamaica Estates Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA The house was built in 1940 by Trump's father, Fred, who was a developer. The house has 3,600 square feet and comes with a finished basement, five-car driveway and a two-car garage. Living room features a fireplace Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA The living room has hardwood floors and a fireplace. Dining room Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA The home has a formal dining room and a full eat-in kitchen. Library Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA Trump's childhood home also features a rarity for most city dwellings -- a library. Enclosed back patio Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA The enclosed back patio, which connects to the kitchen and the study, offers more shared living space opportunities. Bedroom Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA There are five bedrooms in the house. Trump was the fourth of five children and his family moved to a new, larger home on Midland Parkway in Queens after he turned 4. Bedroom Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA Another bedroom in the home offers plenty of natural light. Bedroom Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA Could this have been the room where Trump slept as a child? It's possible but Paramount Realty USA, the realty agency who ran the auction in January, has not specified which room belonged to which member of the Trump family. With Newsday By Lauren Cook firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.