Barack Obama’s former Martha’s Winery rental needs $17.6M

Barack Obama’s former Martha’s Winery rental needs .6M

The Martha’s Winery property that Barack Obama rented throughout his time as president has hit the marketplace for $17.6 million.

Obama, 62, leased the property in 2013 throughout his second time period.

It final bought again in 2018 for $15 million.

Boasting panoramic Atlantic Ocean views and vistas of Chilmark Pond, the house was designed by Seattle-based architect Rick Sundberg and constructed by grasp builder Andrew Flake.

Generally known as the Chilmark Home, the property has six bedrooms, seven loos and occupies over 7,100 sq. toes.

“Strolling as much as the entrance door you will notice an unlimited boulder that sits simply inches away from the house. The huge stone was deposited on the property from a receding glacier way back,” the itemizing notes.

Located on almost 10 acres, options embody partitions of glass and a contemporary kitchen with a fire, a household room and a deck with a screened porch.

Barack Obama’s former Martha’s Winery rental needs .6M
The house occupies 7,100 sq. toes.

The property is situated on 9.5 acres.
The property is located on 9.5 acres.

The home boasts oceanfront views.
The house boasts oceanfront views.

A view of the open floor plan with floor-to-ceiling windows and a living room with a fireplace.
A view of the open flooring plan with floor-to-ceiling home windows and a lounge with a fire.

The first suite has entry to a non-public research with a fire, two twin baths with a deck and heated flooring all through.

Three visitor bedrooms make up the second wing of the home, which embody two loos and a dressing room.

Out of doors facilities embody a heated infinity pool, fruit timber and a half basketball court docket.

Individually, there’s a two-bedroom cottage and a indifferent three-bay storage.

“For a very seamless transaction, all furnishings, paintings and gymnasium tools is offered for buy,” the itemizing provides.

Jen O’Hanlon with Compass holds the itemizing.

In the meantime, Obama and his spouse, former first woman Michelle, bought a 29-acre property on the Edgartown Nice Pond in December 2019 after beforehand renting it.