Vice President Kamala Harris has sold her 1-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom San Francisco condo for nearly twice the original price she paid almost 17 years ago, according to Realtor.com.
She originally purchased the home in 2004 for $489,000, after becoming California’s first Black district attorney. The condo sits in a swanky boutique building in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, and it was a hot find, going under contract less than two weeks after it was listed.
The 1,069-square-foot property is on the top floor of the building, with high ceilings and windows spanning entire walls. The living room is magnificent, complete with an open kitchen and lovely gray-accented cabinets that match the decor of the entire space. The kitchen also has a gas stove, fireplace and a full-sized washer and dryer, and there is an alcove that could potentially be a home office.
It seems that there is also a private patio. Perfect for cooling off and relaxing after an intense day, we’re sure Vice President Harris put it to good use.
The bedroom is just a walk upstairs and has no door, perfect for letting line shine in through the windows on the first floor and through the ceiling’s skylights. The room is spacious, big enough for a king-sized bed, desk and walk-in closet, with plenty of wall space for art.
Ever since making history as the first female BIPOC Vice President, Harris has temporarily been living in Blair House, the President’s official guesthouse, located across the street from the White House. The home has 14 bedrooms, 35 bathrooms, three formal dining rooms, a workout space and beauty salon.
She will be joining President Biden in the White House when repairs are completed on the grounds of the US Naval Observatory.
Vice President Harris currently owns two other properties in the US. In 2012, her husband, Doug Emhoff, bought a 3,500-square-foot, 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom house in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles for $2.7 million. She also purchased a two-bedroom condo in Washington, D.C.’s West End neighborhood in 2017 for $1,775,000, according to the Journal.
Read more about the recently-sold condo and see picture of the home via Realtor.com.
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