A house in Queens, New York City, United States, is listed on a birth certificate Donald Trump.
Built by Fred Trump, Donald’s father, occupancy with bricks and cement is located in Jamaica Estates.
In the 1960s and 1970s were marked by intolerance and racism, this area is filled by the traditional rich people. Trump young stay in the property until he was four years old.
“This is a wonderful neighborhood, nice, quiet, no crime, and is maintained,” said the owner, Isaac.
The house is fitted with carved fireplace, large windowed room, wood-paneled library, a two-car detached garage and driveway for five cars.
Most importantly, this Tudor-style house has five bedrooms. Today, the house is still in times of public sale.
Paramount Realty USA shortly cancel the auction or a few days before the third debate of the Republican presidential candidate with his rival, Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Possible bidders should give more time to evaluate the property.
Restaurant entrepreneur Isaac and Claudia Kestenberg, who owns the property is currently undergoing a divorce.
They market the house in July worth 1.65 million US dollars. Demand for homes is starting from 782 500 US dollars in 2008.
The numbers are down from the price offered by the owner of 1,399 million US dollars. Currently, Paramount suggest starting bid of 849,000 US dollars.
“The market has changed a lot since we bought the property. We will let buyers bid the price they want, and tell us what the price is worth it,” said the couple.