Vice President Kamala Harris, 56, and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, 56, are shifting into President Biden’s former digs, the Naval Observatory.
However the official residence of the vp is a little bit of a step down from the couple’s $8 million actual property portfolio.
Their new residence at 1 Observatory Circle is a six-bedroom home in-built 1893. Because it was designated the official residence of the vp in 1974, the home has undergone thousands and thousands in renovations, over half of them when Al Gore moved in in 1993.
The property is full of historical past, with studio pottery by Joan Mondale (the primary second woman to dwell there), indigenous timber and shrubs planted by the Gores and a tree plaque installed by Biden, studying “Joe loves Jill, Valentine’s Day 2010.” The home even has a horseshoe pit and quarter-mile jogging track installed by George H.W. Bush.
However Harris has extra glamorous properties strewn throughout the nation, from California to DC.
Brentwood, Los Angeles
Harris’ husband purchased this 3,500-square-foot home in 2012 (two years earlier than he and Harris married) for $2.8 million. He has since put 435 N. Kenter Ave. underneath an LLC of which Harris is a trustee. The home is valued at nearly $5.2 million.
The house, with 4 bedrooms and four-and-a-half bogs, was in-built 1948 on a one-third-acre lot. Followers haven’t seen a lot of Harris’ Brentwood home, besides a peek at a messy kitchen with grey drawers, grey cupboards and a white countertop, a current Instagram post confirmed.
Harris owns a 1,700-square-foot rental on the Westlight condominium. The unit has two bedrooms and presumably two bogs, mirroring the format of comparable items within the constructing, based on the Westlight website.
The condominium has floor-to-ceiling home windows and entry to high-scale facilities, together with a dog-washing station, a heated rooftop pool, a rooftop grilling terrace, a membership with catered kitchen and a gymnasium furnished with Pelotons.
The 71-unit condominium lobbies itself as a “quiet sanctuary within the coronary heart of the town” — and with HEPA non-circulated air filtration and sound-dampening home windows, it delivers. To assist residents chill out as they stroll within the constructing, the foyer has a 50-foot dwelling inexperienced wall and a lighting sculpture by artist Ingo Maurer, who has collections on the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork, based on the Westlight web site.
She purchased the trendy, clear condo in 2017 for $1.75 million, however it’s now appraised at $1.98 million, based on Realtor.com.
South of Market (SoMa), San Francisco
Harris purchased this loft-style condo whereas district legal professional of San Francisco in 2004 for simply $489,000 — it has since practically doubled in worth, now value $890,000. The 1,000-square-foot house is a couple of mile’s stroll from the San Francisco Superior Courthouse, based on the Wall Street Journal.
It was given a $21,000 facelift by daring inside designer Ken Fulk in 2013, which included kitchen and lounge renovations and new furnishings. The initially free design recommendation landed her in an ethics inquiry, which she resolved by paying for Fulk’s providers, based on the San Francisco Chronicle.
Fulk is understood for pairing trendy with classic seems to be. He most not too long ago designed rooms for the Austin, Texas, resort Commodore Perry Estate.