PHOTOS: Ronald and Nancy Reagan's Gorgeous Former Estate Is on the Market for $33 Million
PRESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE
The Reagans lived in a home on this Pacific Palisades, California property up until Ronald became President in 1980. While the pictured abode isn't the same one the First Family lived in prior to moving into the White House, the current home (listed by David Offer at Berkshire Hathaway) does boast prized relics from when the couple resided there.
THE LIVING ROOM
This open space with white furniture is only made brighter by the natural light from its floor-to-ceiling windows. It also includes the original bar from the Reagans' former living room, a piano and Zuma Canyon orchids for a pop of color.
THE MASTER SUITE
The 2,000-sq.-ft. room features a fireplace with a Picasso pen-and-ink drawing hanging above it and a window view that extends from L.A. to Catalina. Also notable: The room has a shoe closet that can hold up to 365 pairs.
THE MASTER BATHROOM
The home's décor runs consistent through the bathroom, which – much like the rest of the mansion – features large windows and a bright color scheme. Though not pictured, the developers opted to keep the Reagans' original shower door in homage to the moment Ronald Reagan found out he had won the 1980 Presidential election – while taking a shower.
THE MASTER BATHROOM (CONTINUED)
The bathroom takes a turn to the dark side, boasting black walls and a statement-making chandelier by Visual Comfort.
With black cabinets and white countertops, the sleek design is complemented perfectly by the casual living space adjacent to it.
While the interior's clean, minimalistic aesthetic is awe-inspiring, the home's exterior channels a rustic vibe with its impressive dinner table fit for a party of 20.