Obama family poised to buy $4.25M home in California: report
The First Family of the United States is reportedly poised to buy a custom-built high-class home in the ritzy Thunderbird Heights community of the Rancho Mirage section of California.
Citing unidentified real estate sources, the Los Angeles Times reported that the Obamas are going buy a hilltop hideaway near Palm Springs that boasts its own two-story waterfall for $4.25 million.
The palm tree-dotted property in question is quite spacious, and its ultra-modern house has four bedrooms, four & a half bathrooms along with a master retreat equipped with gym, a tanning room, and a spa.
In case the First family really shifts to the property, it would enjoy elevators, a private rock-formed lagoon, eye-catching panoramic views as well as a misting system that would help the family cope with sweltering heat in the region.
The property, which is nestled against a bighorn sheep reserve, is an 8,232-square-foot estate, including 3.29 private acres.
But, a White House official shot down the report. When asked for a comment on the report, the official said, "This isn't true."
Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Bob Hope are some of the few big personalities that once owned homes in the exclusive enclave of the Golden State.
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