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See Even More Photos of the Obamas' New House
It's not quite the White House, but with eight bedrooms and 8,200 square feet, it still has plenty of space to stretch out after the president's eight years in office.
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Last year, T&C revealed that the Obama family is moving to an 8,200-square-foot house they'll be renting in the exclusive Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C. after they leave the White House. (Their neighbors will include Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.)

And now we can give you a tour of the inside, thanks to listing agent Mark McFadden. Keep in mind that these photos are from before the house sold in 2014, so it will probably look quite different when the Obamas move in later this week. Scroll down for a peek inside.

The Front Door


The Front Hall

The Staircase


The Living Room


Will the Obamas change the decor?

The Living Room Fireplace


The Backyard


The property has plenty of outdoor space for entertaining and room for a pool. There's also plenty of space for Sunny and Bo to run around.

The Kitchen


Can't you imagine Barack, Michelle, and Sasha sitting down for breakfast here?

The Six-Burner Stove


The Dining Room


A Powder Room


A Bedroom


This is one of eight.

A Dressing Room


One of the Nine-and-a-Half Bathrooms

The Pantry


The Den


A Wet Bar in the Den


Will the Obamas keep the multi-face vase on the table?


Another View of the Living Room


A Sitting Room


Another View of the Kitchen


There's a two-car garage and outdoor parking for 10 vehicles.


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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