It's in the Jamaica Estates neighborhood of Queens, New York. 1
The Tudor-style home in Jamaica Estates was built in the 1940s by Donald's father, Fred Trump. As you can see, it is a large, comfortable home, but it certainly isn't a tacky McMansion. Perhaps the senior Trump's tastes were more subdued than his son's.
The living room area is rather cozy. 2
Check out that fireplace and the classic hardwood floors.
This formal dining room is not particularly ritzy. 3
Again, nothing that stands out as overly anything.
This cozy nook seems like a quiet spot. 5
The dark paneled walls make a nice comfy chair by a window seem like a perfect reading spot.
The sleeping options are pretty nondescript. 6
The home has five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.
The home has multiple stories. 7
The home was recently auctioned off by a real estate investor who bought it last year and the listing does not mention how many stories the home has, but from the looks of it there are at least two, if not three.
A screening or theater room is a modern touch. 8
This room is set up as a screening/entertainment room. It would be interesting to know how it was used when young Trump lived there.
The enclosed porch is a nice touch. 9
The back of the house has an enclosed porch with a view of the back yard.