Ronald and Nancy Reagan’s longtime property in Pacific Palisades, California is selling for $33 million. It’s the estate where Reagan was told ‘congratulations, you’re president of the United States’ while he took a shower in 1980. The original house has since been replaced – the newly built mansion, developed by Janus Cercone and Michael Manheim of Jaman Properties, has roughly 10,000-square-feett with five bedrooms plus staff quarters.
Ronald and Nancy Reagan’s longtime property in Pacific Palisades, California is going on the market for $33 million
The Reagans’ home, which they built in the 1950s, no longer stands. In its place is a newly built, roughly 10,000-square-foot house
No luxury amenity has been overlooked. In addition to a gym and a 2,000-bottle temperature-controlled wine room, the estate has a powder room lined with peacock feathers.
The developers salvaged the bar from the Reagans’ living room and installed it in the new house
Fully furnished, with staging by Meridith Baer Home, the property has more than $1 million worth of art on the walls. The art and furniture are available for sale with the house if the buyer choosese, but are not included in the price
The roughly 2,000-square-foot master suite has a dedicated luggage closet as well as a shoe closet that holds 365 pairs.
The main house has five bedrooms plus staff quarters
Pacific Palisades Estate bathroom
The property, with views of the ocean and the city skyline, also has a heated pool, a guest house and two garages, one of which is a glass fronted “show garage” with a bar and Kegerator that dispenses beer.
The heated swimming pool
The Reagans sold their home in 1982, after moving to the White House
A dining table in the back yard
On this spot, election night, November 4th, 1980, former California Governor Ronald Reagan was in the shower, his wife Nancy was taking a bath. The phone rang and Nancy answered. She handed the phone to her husband and, as water cascaded over him, he heard Jimmy Carter’s voice, “Mr. Reagan? Congratulations. You’re President Of The United States.”
The exterior of the Reagans’ home before it was demolished