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Photo courtesy Laffey Fine Homes
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The Jamaica Estates childhood home of presumptive Republican President Nominee Donald Trump.

The childhood home of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is up for sale in Jamaica Estates.

The six-bedroom, 4 1/2 bathroom, 2,000-square-foot, brick and stucco Tudor is listed by Laffey Fine Homes at $1.65 million, Newsday first reported.

The Jamaica Estates Tudor is located at 85-15 Wareham Pl., which is the same address as listed on Trump’s birth certificate from Jamaica Hospital. The address is also listed by the Department of Health for his parents, Fred and Mary.

“Different parts of Queens were rough; this was an oasis,” Trump said of Jamaica Estates in an interview for The New York Times.

Trump remembered taking the F train into the city and called the area a “microcosm” that shaped his views on New York and “what it was all about.”

Laffey Fine Homes realtor Howard Kaminowitz has undertaken the task of finding a buyer for Trump’s former childhood home. 

According to public records, the property is currently owned by Isaac Kestenberg, who owns the Park Avenue restaurant Barbounia. Kestenberg bought the house in 2008 from Allanzo A. Craston for $782,500.

QNS has reached out for a statement to Kaminowitz, who wasn’t available in time for publication of this article.

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