Trump is looking to get rid of his luxurious St. Martin estate.
The home, which he purchased in 2013, is called Le Château des Palmiers. It’s a walled estate across nearly five acres, with both a main house and a guest house. In total, the compound has 11 bedrooms.
While the official listing states that the price is available only upon request, another listing aggregator pins the property’s asking price at $US28 million. Records show that it was listed for just under $US20 million when Trump purchased it.
According to disclosure filings obtained by the Wall Street Journal, Trump owns the property through two shell companies called Excel Venture I LLC and Excel Venture Corp II.
Trump typically uses the Caribbean escape as a rental property, and, according to the disclosure, he gets between $US100,000 and $US1 million a year from it.
Lesley Reed of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.
Though Trump didn't develop the house himself, he added his own flair to it after purchasing it in 2013.
The estate itself measures just under five acres of land, with an eight-foot wall at the ends of the property. There's also a two-bedroom manager's area, bringing the bedroom total to 11.
The rental prices Trump charged ranged from $6,000 to $28,000 per night, depending on what time of year and which of the houses was being rented.
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