Sean Hannity is Trump's new neighbor as he buys $5.3M Palm Beach mansion 7 minutes away from Mar-a-Lago resort

The mansion is just a seven-minute drive from Trump's private resort in the expensive south Florida town, which is often referred to as Billionaire's Row


                            Sean Hannity is Trump's new neighbor as he buys $5.3M Palm Beach mansion 7 minutes away from Mar-a-Lago resort
Fox News host Sean Hannity has bought a mansion close to ex-president Donald Trump (Getty Images)

Donald Trump and Sean Hannity's friendship is no secret. The former president and the Fox News host can be seen getting pally with each other at every run-in. It now looks like they are taking their friendship to the next level as reports reveal that Hannity is actually moving to a house closer to Trump's Mar-a-Lago. 

The Fox News host and right-wing personality has reportedly shelled out $5.3M for a beachfront house on the south end of Palm Beach, Florida, which is apparently less than three miles from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home. The new house is just a seven-minute drive from Trump's private resort. This purchase makes Hannity the latest in a long line of conservative media figures to move to the expensive south Florida town, which is often referred to as Billionaire's Row.

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Sean Hannity speaks onstage during the 2019 Politicon at Music City Center on October 26, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee (Getty Images)

According to the latest news reports, on Tuesday, April 20, Palm Beach County Clerk’s office recorded the purchase of the three-bedroom, 3,813 square feet oceanfront property on 'The Residences at Sloans Curve' in Hannity’s name on its website. According to Zillow, the house spans roughly 5,086 square feet of living space with 4.5 bathrooms, a two-car garage, a living room, a huge master bedroom facing the ocean with fireplace, large balcony, his and hers bathrooms, and large closets.

According to the latest reports, Hannity bought the home from husband-wife duo Camillo Raful and Patricia Robalino, who also have a property on the same road, according to the deed. Property records show that he brought the two-story building roughly a month after it was previously sold for $4.2M. Reports reveal that Broker Monique Matheson of Monique Matheson Properties LC handled both sides of the March sale. 

Former president Donald Trump plays golf at Trump National Golf Club, on November 7, 2020, in Sterling, Virginia (Getty Images)

The new townhouse is the latest addition to Hannity's massive $90M property empire. According to a 2018 report by The Guardian that cited public records, the publication linked Hannity to ownership companies that had spent $90M on at least 870 homes. These reportedly took place in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Texas and Vermont. According to the story, those homes ranged from “luxurious mansions to rentals for low-income families”.

Twitter has some mixed reactions about Hannity's latest purchase with many taking jabs at their friendship. "Evidently can’t live without his pal whom he loves so dearly—like a leech. Could there be another cause?" Another said, "Sean Hannity has bought a home three miles from trump. The lovers won't have to just chat on the phone for hours each night. They should be very happy together."

Supporters of Donald Trump watch a video featuring Fox host Sean Hannity ahead of Trump's arrival to a campaign rally at Oakland County International Airport on October 30, 2020, in Waterford, Michigan (Getty Images)

"If there are not already enough kooks in Palm Beach, Florida - Add another..." one user tweeted. "Now Sean he won't have to travel nearly as far just to kiss the Donald's fat a*s," another user said. "Oh good. They can continue their love fests in person," yet another user taunted. 



 



 



 



 



 

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