REPORT: Barack Obama’s childhood home hits the market

FEBRUARY 17, 2020

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A single-family dwelling in Honolulu reportedly hit the housing market to the tune of $2.2 million but because of its previous resident, it may be priceless to some.

The modest three-bed, two-bath home built-in 1947, in the Manoa neighborhood was where former President Barack Obama resided during a portion of his childhood before being projected to a political career where he would later make history as the first African American commander-in-chief of the free world.

The article goes on to state the following:

rom 1964 to 1967, Obama lived in the craftsman-style, 1,976 square foot home which was located roughly one block from The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, a public research university where his mother studied, according to a property listing on Coldwell Banker.

“Barack Obama’s Childhood Home in Honolulu Sails Onto the Market for $2.2M” – SFGate

“Barack Obama’s childhood home in Honolulu is on the market for $2.2 million. The former president resided in the Craftsman-style home in the Manoa neighborhood from 1964 to 1967.” – Chicago Tribune

“From 1964 to 1967, former President Barack Obama resided in this Craftsman-style, 1,976-square-foot home in Honolulu’s Manoa neighborhood.” – Laredo Morning Times.

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