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Donald Trump sells his Penthouse for $21 Million

by Barry Estates
August 21, 2015
Category:   News

Donald Trump is no stranger to making headlines in real estate, although most of headlines lately are in regards to his current presidential campaign.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Trumps’ 6,192 square foot New York Penthouse, equipped with 5 bedrooms + 7.5 baths sold this past Friday after being on the marketing for 2 years. Initially listed for $25 million, the home also came with 24 hour doorman, maid service, concierge and a private elevator.

For a closer look into Donald Trump’s recently sold penthouse, view the video above and let us know what you think of it!

Article by: Barry Estates

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