Maryanne Trump Barry, former federal appeals court judge and the eldest sister of President Donald Trump, has found a buyer for her $23.9 million Palm Beach mansion.
The 8,270-square-foot home is pending sale as of Tuesday, according to listing records.
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Built in 1956, the eight-bedroom home hit the market in December for $22.9 million, and the price was raised to $23.9 million later the same month, listing records show.
The house has a formal living room, a sunroom, a library, an oceanfront balcony, a patio and a pool, according to the listing with Christian Angle of Christian Angle Real Estate. The brokerage did not immediately respond to request for comment.
Ms. Barry, 80, purchased the home—which comes with roughly 194 feet of ocean frontage—in 2004 for $11.5 million and owns it through a trust, records with PropertyShark show.
The identity of the buyer and the final sale price are not yet available.
Being President doesn’t mean you get your asking price. Donald Trump has cut $11M off of his #StMartin estate https://t.co/d0TSTeL3Zz pic.twitter.com/COMQoZmAHQ
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Ms. Barry is an attorney and inactive senior circuit judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, which has jurisdiction over Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She took inactive senior status in February 2017. Ms. Barry could not be reached for comment.
The property is right across the street from her brother’s Mar-a-Lago resort—dubbed the “winter White House"–and directly opposite a mansion belonging to Mr. Trump, property records show. A second home owned by Mr. Trump is close by too, records show.
The Palm Beach Daily News first reported the contract.
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