How many homes do Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner own? Return to $4M New York pad could be socially 'difficult'

Their Bedminister home is reportedly the prettiest house owned by the couple. It sits within Donald Trump’s Trump National Golf Club


                            How many homes do Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner own? Return to $4M New York pad could be socially 'difficult'
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump (Getty Images)

President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner have not handed in their White House security passes quite yet. The couple has now decided to move back to New York, into their $4.1million Manhattan apartment at Trump's Park Avenue building. To their temple, Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, where the Kushners contribute a hefty sum, and where they will be welcome with open arms. Nevertheless, the Kushners will have to take the same advice Ivanka gave to the country's 18 million unemployed: it's time to "Find Something New." 

Even though the couple has decided to return to the city, it could prove to be socially "difficult" at least at first, according to Ivanka's best friend, Georgina Bloomberg. Bloomberg has earlier defended Ivanka in an interview with Daily Beast, where she described her as "a wonderfully smart person [who gets] a lot of criticism she doesn't deserve." Many of the couple's popular friends have become "famous former friends" in the past four years.

Actress Natalie Portman who attended their wedding in 2009 and invited them to her own in 2012 has been a vocal critic of Donald Trump. She accused him of "taking us backward on civil rights." Emmy Rossum, who was also at their (Ivanka and Jared's) wedding, responded to Trump's hot-mic "locker room" comments in 2016 with the tweet, "Donald Trump thinks 'when you're a star,' you 'can do anything' to women? Well, you can't make me vote for you misogynistic entitled pig."

Socialite and former Vogue editor Lauren Santo Domingo who once co-chaired the American Museum of Natural History's winter dance with Ivanka (dress theme 'celestial black tie') has made it very clear that she has no intention of sitting anywhere near her former friend now. Now let's have a look at the properties owned by the couple.

Ivanka Trump's Park Avenue pad

Ivanka's Park Avenue pad was bought by her in her father’s 502 Park Avenue building for $1.5 million. The home measures 1,549 square feet and offers north, south, and west “city views” through “oversized windows." The house has two bedrooms and washrooms.

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's Park Avenue house

After meeting and getting married to Jared Kushner, Ivanka upgraded her dimly-lit, low-ceiling apartment to a bright and spacious penthouse a few stories up just in time for the arrival of her first child. The couple moved into the $16 million 4 bedroom apartment decorated by interior designer Kelly Behun. The refined designs were featured in Elle Decor and were a subject of Ivanka’s Instagram account for several years until the young family moved into a rented house in Washington D.C.

Ivanka Trump’s Bedminster Cottage

This one is called the prettiest house owned by the couple, the house sits within Donald Trump’s Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, where Kushner and Trump tied the knot in 2009. When Ivanka first claimed ownership of the cottage it was a small, one-room-deep bungalow with a converted attic space. The interiors were dated with deeply veined varnished oak panels, flooring and staircase, but was soon updated for Ivanka with fresh white walls and a white country kitchen with marble counters. Ivanka has shared pictures of this beautiful property on Instagram many times.
 

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