Donald Trump's first mansion is on the market in Connecticut

Donald Trump's First Home On The Market for $54 Million
Donald Trump's First Home On The Market for $54 Million

Let's take it back to 1982 when a humble Greenwich, CT mansion was purchased by business mogul Donald Trump for a mere $4M.

The home was then passed on to Ivana Trump following her divorce from Donald in 1992, sold for a solid $10M increase at $14M, and is now currently back on the market for $45M.

The home was previously listed for $54M last year but was quickly dropped after it saw no bite for a bid.

But the price appreciation comes with good reason—the current owners have made some pretty pricey (and outrageous) additions and renovations that one would expect Donald himself to approve of.

Check out this unbelievable estate below:

The Fairfield County, Connecticut classic boasts tennis courts, finely manicured lawns and a three-story rotunda.

An indoor pool is accompanied by the outdoor pool, with easy access to the putting green and luxury guest house.

Now, check out this equally well-equipped estate for sale in the Hamptons:

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