Real estate mogul and Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump just sold a $21 million New York City penthouse that he owned for 14 years but never lived in.
The Donald and Trump International Realty salesperson Michelle Griffith reportedly closed the deal Friday to an undisclosed buyer, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Located on the 24th floor of the exclusive Trump Park Avenue high-rise in Manhattan, the 6,192-square-foot condominium includes five bedrooms, 7.5 marble bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow panoramic views of Central Park.
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Other features include a private elevator, a media room, a great room, solid oak quarter sawn floors, custom moldings and three master closets, according to Zillow.
Griffith reported to The Wall Street Journal that the penthouse was first listed in 2013 with a price tag of $35 million. The listing price was later dropped to $24.995 million, the newspaper adds.
Trump, fresh off his visit last week to the Texas-Mexic0 border, has owned the building since in 2001, when he transformed the former Delmonico Hotel into luxury condominiums.
The entrepreneur was the first and only owner of the penthouse, although he never lived there, Griffith told The Wall Street Journal. She added that Trump also rejected an offer to rent the pad for $80,000 a month, just before selling it.
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