Live like Trump! President's childhood home goes up for rent on Airbnb at $725 a night
- Trump's childhood home in Queens is has five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms
- The president lived in there from when he was born until he was four years old
- The home is being advertised on Airbnb for $725 a night, starting on Friday
- The listing plays up to the Trump connection while describing the home
- It comes with a life-size cut-out of Trump and a copy of 'The Art of the Deal'
The Jamaica Estates Tudor fits 20 people, comes with a life-size cut-out of the Commander in Chief and the only books on the shelves are Trump's The Art of the Deal.
Trump, who lived in the five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home with his family from when he was born until he was four years old, has previously said he's against Airbnb when it comes to his own properties.
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President Donald Trump's childhood home in Queens, New York, is a five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom property in Jamaica Estates that is advertised on Airbnb for $725 per night starting on Friday
The Jamaica Estates Tudor fits 20 people and comes with a life-size cut-out of the Commander in Chief
The listing plays up to the Trump connection while describing the president's childhood home
Trump, who lived in the home with his family from when he was born until he was four years old, has previously said he's against Airbnb when it comes to his own properties
Real estate developer Michael Davis bought the home in December for $1.39million and flipped it for a nearly million-dollar profit, selling it to his new business partners for $2.14million in March.
Now Davis and his business partners are advertising the home on Airbnb for $725 a night starting on Friday.
The listing plays up to the Trump connection while describing the president's childhood home.
'In 1946, Donald Trump was born to Fred and Mary Trump, and brought home to Jamaica Estates,' the listing says. 'Here they lived, in a home built by Fred himself.
One of the home's five bedrooms is made up much like a hotel, with white linens and towels, and lamps on each night stand
In order to fit 20 people into the home, the owners have set up bunk beds in some rooms to make more space
Real estate developer Michael Davis bought the home in December for $1.39million and flipped it for a nearly million-dollar profit, selling it to his new business partners for $2.14million in March
Davis said the home is furnished in a 'presidential style', adding that it's a 'good value' and 'part of history regardless of people's political affiliations'
'Not much has been changed since the Trumps lived here, the kitchen is original and the opulent furnishings represent the style and affluence in which the Trumps would have lived.
'This is a unique and special opportunity to stay in the home of a sitting president.'
Davis said the home is furnished in a 'presidential style', adding that it's a 'good value' and 'part of history regardless of people's political affiliations'.
Davis told the New York Post that the rental is legal because of the his business partners will be staying in the home.
It is against the law in New York to rent out an entire apartment for less than 30 days without the owner present.
Much of the home is set up seemingly like a shrine to Trump, with framed photos of the president covering countertops
One enclave of the home features three framed photos of Trump above a folded American flag
One side table in the home features a People Magazine cover with the Trump family on the front and sits below another framed art piece of the president
A framed note in one bedroom of the home says that it was likely the 'childhood bedroom of President Donald J Trump'
Another framed note in the bedroom that likely belonged to Trump's parents and was likely the location where the president was conceived, adding that 'the world has never been the same'
The listing opens on Friday, and breakfast will be provided to those who stay at the property.
Trump previously said that he was against Airbnb listings in his own properties.
'The concept [of Airbnb] is great for some people,' he told CNBC TV in October. 'I will not let it happen.'
He added, however, that 'sometimes, even when you say it can't happen, you never know what people are doing behind your back.'
A woman living in Manhattan's Trump Tower was among the first to pay a fine to New York under a law that bans advertising listings for short-term rentals.
The host and owner of the Trump Tower apartment unit, Yelena Yelagina, paid a $1,000 fine to the city in April.
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