Le Chateau des Palmiers, which Trump called "one of the greatest mansions in the world," is located on St. Martin and sits on a white sand beach. It has two living quarters — a five-bedroom oceanfront villa and a four-bedroom garden villa — on its 4.8 acres, according to Sotheby's.
Each of the five bedrooms in the main villa has its own full bath. The two-story master suite also has a Jacuzzi tub and two private balconies — one overlooks the ocean and the other the pool.
The estate features the "ornate decor and high-end finishes" one might expect, like "stately, gold-trimmed furniture," according to LuxuryRetreats.com, which, among other sites, lists the home as a rental for rates ranging from $6,000 to $20,000 a night. The property, which Trump bought in 2013, has earned him between $200,000 and $2 million in rental fees from 2014 to mid-2016, according to The Washington Post.
Amenities include a pool, an open air and air-conditioned fitness center, a tennis court, an outdoor bar and several dining areas, according to Sotheby's.
Le Chateau also has an eight-foot-tall boundary wall around most of the estate, but that shrinks to five feet on the beach-side so as not to obstruct the multimillion-dollar views. There's a state of the art surveillance and security system.
In addition to the two villas, there is a two-bedroom staff's quarters.
As the Post notes, the sale of the mansion could present a potential conflict of interest for the President, and many will be watching who bids on and ultimately purchases it.
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