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Donald Trump’s boyhood home in Queens on the market for $1.65M

Donald Trump’s “birthplace” is now up for sale for $1.65 million.

The property, a brick and stucco house located at 85-14 Wareham Place in Jamaica Estates, Queens, was the first home of the reality TV star/ presidential candidate. His parents, Fred and Mary, lived in the home when he was born in 1946.

The asking price for the property is almost twice what the current owner paid for. According to real estate listing website Streeteasy, the six-bedroom, four and a half-bathroom house, sold for $782,500 in 2008.

The listing claims that the house is “potentially significant” because of its ties to Trump. If Trump defeats Hillary Clinton in November, that significance may come in the form of a landmark designation.

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