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Donald Trump's childhood home sells for 'yuge' profit

A real estate prospector just profited big-league from the sale of President Donald Trump's childhood home.

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According to CNN, the 2,500-square-foot New York Tudor has a new owner just three months after Michael Davis bought the property in Queens' Jamaica Estates neighborhood for $1.4 million. Last week, an unnamed bidder reportedly shelled out $2.14 million for the home where Trump lived until he was about 4.

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The house, built by Trump's father, Fred Trump, has "a brick and stucco exterior and an old-world charm interior featuring arched doorways, hardwood floors, five bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, library, living room with fireplace, formal dining room, basement and more," Paramount Realty USA said in the listing.

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'Father of the Bride' house sells for nearly $2 million

For more information, contact Listing Agent Ann Gluck of Compass at 626-616-2310 or ann.gluck@compass.com.

"Um, I met somebody in Rome. Uh, he's an American -- He's from LA, actually! And his name's Brian McKenzie, and he's just this wonderful, wonderful, amazing man. And well, we started seeing each other -- a lot. And we fell in love."

The scene in which Annie Banks (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) tells her father, George, (Steve Martin) that she's getting married in "Father of the Bride" is nothing short of iconic. 

And the house featured in the 1991 film just sold -- and at a steep price.

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The four bedroom, four-bathroom house, located in Alhambra, California, hit the market in June with a $1,998,000 price tag.

That's approximately $454 per square foot -- and there's 4,397 square feet total. It sits on a 18,110-square-foot lot.

"I’ve been really fortunate to work in an area with a lot of movie and TV locations," said Listing Agent Ann Gluck," "But I have to say this is one of my all time favorites."  

The home, listed by Compass, is a 1925 Colonial that was used for the wedding and basketball scenes in "Father of the Bride." The front of the house did not appear in the movie.

Special features include "a wonderful new gourmet kitchen with top of the line appliances including a 90 bottle wine fridge and French doors overlooking the expansive yard," according to the listing.

There's also a grand entry, formal living and dining rooms, a walnut-paneled den and a sun room with a Batchelder fountain. A separate 600-square-foot room has its own full bathroom.

Gluck says the "icing on the cake" is that the basketball goal at the house is the same one that's seen in the movie.

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Photos: Playboy Mansion sold for $100 million

Home's purchase price raises questions about Zillow's pricing estimates

Editor's Note: This story was updated on Friday, July 15 to reflect comments from Zillow. The headline on this story was changed Friday, July 15 to more accurately reflect the story.

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"Father of the Bride" house hits the market

Donald Trump's former 'starter mansion' just had a 'yuge' drop in its asking price

Now that's a discount: A "starter mansion" once owned by Donald Trump has had a $9 million drop in its asking price.

ABC News reports that the Greenwich, Connecticut, home – Trump's first mansion – is now being offered for $45 million, down from $54 million in 2014.

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According to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com, Trump and his ex-wife, Ivana, bought the 5.8-acre property in 1982 for $4 million. Ivana, who received the estate in their 1991 divorce, sold it for $15 million in 1998.

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The nearly 20,000-square-foot home and guest house have eight bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a double grand staircase, a home theater and three staff apartments. The grounds also feature a putting green, tennis courts and a pool.

For more information, visit TopTenRealEstateDeals.com or Coldwell Banker.

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Home allegedly stalked by eerie 'Watcher' back on market for $1.25M

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Six bedrooms. Four bathrooms. One stalker.

A colonial-style Westfield, New Jersey, home that made headlines after the current owners claimed someone who identified himself as "The Watcher" sent them creepy, anonymous letters is back on the market for $1.25 million, NJ.com reports.

According to USA Today, Derek and Maria Broaddus bought the house for $1.3 million in 2014, but the couple and their three children never moved in after supposedly receiving threatening letters from the so-called "Watcher."

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"My grandfather watched the house in the 1920s and my father watched in the 1960s. It is now my time," one letter read, according to NBC News.

The writer also said, "Do you need to fill the house with the young blood I requested? Once I know their names I will draw them to me," NJ.com reports.

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The Broadduses tried to sell the house but failed. Last summer, the couple sued the previous owners, John and Andrea Woods, claiming that they knew about the stalker but kept quiet, according to The Associated Press and NJ.com. The Woodses denied the accusations, saying they did receive an anonymous letter but that it wasn't disturbing. They have filed a counterclaim against the Broadduses for causing them emotional distress.

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