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Right after the Obamas left the white house, they purchased a luxurious brick mansion in the upscale Kalorama neighbourhood of DC. This gorgeous 1920s home reportedly cost the former President $8.1 million. Click through to take a look inside.
The front door shows its unique characters with a large wrought iron door, wall sconces, and the beautiful patina copper awning.
The beautiful black and white marble floor makes the home feel luxurious from the moment you step in.
The Obamas' new 8,200-square-foot house comes with numerous spaces for the family to kick back and relax, such as this large living room - spacious for the former first family.
And the family room with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on the grassy backyard.
The home has two kitchens: One, an eat-in, has stainless steel appliances and marble countertops.
A second kitchen has a beautiful look of classic subway tile and marble countertops against the contrasting black window frames. And do not forget about that glorious 6-burner gas range.
They might not be hosting state dinners but this dynamic dining room is definitely large enough for entertaining guests.
With lots of storage space, a small mini fridge and dishwasher a well-organized pantry is sure to help keep this home's kitchen neat and tidy.
The home's master suite fits a king-size bed.
Accompanying the master suite, there is a spacious master sitting area which also serves as a study.
This is one of the eight bedrooms, and Michelle joked with Ellen DeGeneres on her show, saying that Obama isn't happy with the living situation.
This is another bedroom in the home. There's plenty of options for both Malia and Sasha to choose a post-White-House bedroom.
As a style and fashion icon, we're certain Michelle will be able to fill every nook of this dressing room.
The master bedroom has both his and her bathrooms with Michelle's featuring a luxurious deep-soaker tub and vanity.
It might not be as luxurious, but this bathroom features a spacious walk-in shower.
This is one of the eight and a half bathrooms in the mansion. Very cool, huh!
Bonus space can be used as a home office or a gym.
The ground floor houses a media room, a second kitchen/laundry facility, a wet bar with wine storage, and an in-law suite.
Outback, a lush green lawn provides plenty of room for dogs Bo and Sunny to run and play.
The property has plenty of outdoor space for entertaining - and lots of room for the pool.
A gated courtyard should suffice to hold multiple secret service vehicles, which will be needed once the president leaves office.