Source: Compass

After making the rounds briefly as an Airbnb property, President Donald Trump’s Queens childhood home is back on the market for $2.9 million as first reported by the Wall Street Journal. While the home is no longer owned by the Trump family or the Trump Organization, it comes with many Trump accouterments, including a life-size cardboard cutout of Trump, which is currently in the living room (above).

Edward Hickey of Compass is the listing agent, who says he has been handling “lots of interviews and requests for info” for the property, which went on the market today.

Located in affluent Jamaica Estates, the Tudor-style house at 85 -15 Wareham Place was built by his father Fred Trump in 1940. Spanning 2,500 square feet, the brick and stucco home has 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, plus a library. There’s even a finished basement, enclosed patio, and 2-car garage.  The home has lots of character with arched entryways, molding galore, clever built-ins and shutters on select bedroom windows.

The home is located on a quaint, tree-lined street surrounded by similarly charming homes. Trump only lived in the home until he was 4-years-old when his father moved the family to a much larger Jamaica Estates pad at 85-14 Midland Parkway. That hasn’t stopped the current owner from staging the place with memorabilia and knick-knacks of the current commander-in-chief. Photos, plaques, and books authored by Trump add to the novelty of the listing.

The house first hit the market in June 2016 for $1.65 million. When it failed to sell, it was also briefly featured in an auction in October. But when Trump won the election in 2016, investor Michael Davis jumped on the opportunity and bought the home for $1.39 million. He eventually resold it for $2.14 million to the current ownership group, which goes by Trump Birth House LLC.  According to the WSJ, it’s a “limited liability company represented by Michael X. Tang, a Flushing, N.Y., lawyer whose website said he specializes in overseas investments by Chinese buyers.”

Interested in seeing the home? You must send a request to and provide proof of funds.