Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle buy $10M waterfront Florida mansion to stay close to Mar-a-Lago

The three-story stunner on Mariner Drive is located in an 888-home gated Admirals Cove community on the inland Intercoastal Waterway


                            Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle buy $10M waterfront Florida mansion to stay close to Mar-a-Lago
Kimberly Guilfoyle will be joining Donald Trump Jr at the waterfront mansion (Getty Images)

Donald Trump Jr, like most of his siblings, has chosen to move closer to his father by purchasing a $9.7 million mansion, just 20 miles away from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. His girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle will be joining him. 

Mar-a-Lago has become the center of Trumpworld ever since the former president left the White House, with many GOP activity happening on its premises.

The abode in question boasts of six bedrooms and 11 baths. The three-story stunner on Mariner Drive is located in the 888-home gated Admirals Cove community on the inland Intercoastal Waterway. It also features waterfront access with a boat lift and a private dock in Palm Beach County. Admirals Cove features 45 holes of golf, 12 tennis courts, two club houses, and 30 guest suites. It also accommodates a world-class spa and gym for the community residents to enjoy. 

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Donald Trump, Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle attend the DC premiere of the film, "Death of a Nation," at E Street Cinema on August 1, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

The area also hosts celebrities such as Baseball Hall of Fame member Mike Schmidt, Washington Nationals' star pitcher Max Scherzer and racing legends Rick Mears and Johnny Gray. According to The Sun, previous residents of the glamorous waterside community included legendary singer Celine Dion, who lived there for years.

The website for the Waterfront Properties, the company from which the couple reportedly bought the mansion, reads: "Over the past thirty years, we have built a dedicated service organization committed to assisting you when you are selling or buying on the water or in club communities. In 21 Southeastern Florida towns between North Palm Beach, Jupiter and Stuart, we offer waterfront and club community properties from $250,000 to over $50 million. Our specialists can give you quick and accurate information because they are specialists, not jacks-of-all-trades. Each agent only markets properties in designated parts of our 21-town area. That's why we are able to offer an uncommon level of service."

U.S. President Donald Trump and his son Donald Trump Jr. walk out onto the North Portico of the White House while departing on a trip to Wyoming to attend a Make America Great rally, on July 5, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

Managing partner Rob Thompson told The Sun the couple's new neighborhood is a close-knit, welcoming community. "The house is a beautiful property with an awesome backyard," Thompson revealed. He also noted that the yard was "more like a park" due to its vast size. All residents pay a $195,000 membership fee and also have the use of a community marina, which can hold large yachts. Everybody knows and welcomes each other in the community because there are only 888 homes there. The real estate expert was unable to confirm whether the mansion in question was purchased by Don Jr and Guilfoyle but all signs of local reporting pointed to the couple being the owners.

We had previously reported that the couple had bought a palatial home in Bridgehampton for $4.495 million in July 2019. But after less than two years, they were able to sell the property for $8.14 million. The extravagant sale added to Trump Jr's massive $300 million net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth. With Guilfoyle's additional $25 million net worth, the couple's combined wealth is now over $325 million.

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