Michelle and Barack Obama's bid to purchase a nearly $15-million dollar property appears to have been accepted. The Martha's Vineyard estate sits close to a beach, has two guest wings, seven guest rooms, and measures out to be 6,900 square feet. They've rented the property over the summer and now seem ready to make it their own. Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama have purchased a nearly 7,000-square-foot home on Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts for $11.75 million, according to a report. The purchase price was recorded Wednesday with the local Registry of Deeds, the Vineyard Gazette reported.
Michelle and Barack Obama's bid to purchase a nearly $15-million dollar property appears to have been accepted. The Martha's Vineyard estate sits close to a beach, has two guest wings, seven guest rooms, and measures out to be 6,900 square feet. They've rented the property over the summer and now seem ready to make it their own. Former President Obama and the former first lady have reportedly made a bid of approximately $15 million on a home in Martha's Vineyard. The 7,000 square-foot house comes with 29 acres and would likely be a summer home.
Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow at the Hoover Institute, joins Tucker Carlson on'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' Michelle Obama urged Democrats to take the high road at the virtual Democratic National Convention Monday night amid an ongoing investigation into her husband's "corrupt" administration, Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Tuesday. "When she says'We go high when they go low,' she's talking right now when her husband's administration has weaponized the IRS, the FBI, the DOJ, the CIA, and is the subject of a massive investigation by [Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham]," Hanson said. "It will probably end up, if things happen as many predict, as one of the most corrupt administrations that tried to destroy a political campaign, a president, transition, and a presidency," Hanson added, "and she's saying, 'When they go low, we go high.'" The former first lady leaned on her most famous catchphrase during a scathing rebuke of the Trump administration. Michelle Obama first uttered the now-viral motto "When they go low, we go high" during her speech in support of Hillary Clinton at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Former President Barack Obama and his family may have found a permanent vacation home in Massachusetts' picturesque Martha's Vineyard. The Obamas made their appreciation of the beachy island known while they were in the White House – spending seven out of eight summer vacations there. Though their property interests have not been confirmed by local real estate agents, the Boston Globe reported that sources have said the Obamas are looking for homes or land lots in the northern, less populated areas. The Globe also mentioned that "the Obamas have always rented'up island,' including for a two week stay this summer." Among the pieces of land the Obamas are rumored to be eyeing is a waterfront parcel that once belonged to Jackie Kennedy Onassis.