With President Trump’s election fraud cases dismissed, his former employees are selling themselves and moving on. For example, his former digital guru and campaign manager, Brad Parscale, who just listed his waterfront home in the exclusive Seven Isles neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale, Florida for just under $ 3 million. of dollars.
The bearded political agent gained national attention for all the wrong reasons on September 27 when his wife, Candice Parscale, called the cops, alleging he was armed and threatened to kill himself after a few restless months that left him seen unceremoniously demoted from his elevated post to a simple advisory role. Parscale quickly quit his role as a campaign advisor due to “crushing stress”. Still, if it sells near the asking price, the nearly half a million he is expected to earn from the sale of the four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home he bought early in 2019 for $ 2.4 million, will surely make him frown. Upside down.
There is never a good place to have a public meltdown, and video of his police surrender is sobering for anyone who feels overworked and / or under extreme mental stress. If that’s any consolation, the elegantly renovated 3,400 square foot Parscale home, with its soothing canvas of white walls, beige marble floors, wood accents, and lovely water views, was surely a relaxing place to be. to recover. According to Realtor.com, which first revealed the story, the one-story residence features a built-in Sonos sound system and sleek Lutron lighting to set the mood on a fresh level.
Just inside the front door, a seating area with all the comforts of a hotel lobby includes a full wall of lighted downlights that include a wine fridge and built-in coffeemaker. The room flows easily into the adjoining dining room and the chef’s chic kitchen. Wood base cabinets are juxtaposed with white laminate tops and a black and white speckled mosaic backsplash. (Presumably, Parscale will take the huge aquarium when it leaves.)
The master bedroom also has the luxurious, if not particularly personal, feel of an upscale boutique hotel, with a backlit paneled wall and elongated upholstered headboard. The spa-like tub features a steam shower and a glass wall next to the toilet, revitalizing a tiny faux turf courtyard surrounded by a stacked stone wall that will hopefully keep villains Tom and Tinas out of the way. watch.
French windows open the monochromatic bedroom onto the backyard with its swimming pool, spa and tree. Tucked away from the side of the house, a covered dining patio features a full outdoor kitchen highlighted by a glittering metal tile wall and, beyond the pool area, a huge deck with cantilevered windows. boat lift on the glassy waterway.
If the Parscale house looks decidedly more elegant than the politician’s usual abode, it is because he once made a living changing houses. And, according to an interview with the Daily Mail, the plans are reverting to his old profession. “I want to be a person again,” he told the London tabloid. “I will return the houses as before. I obviously have talent in this area and I made money by finding gems.
Besides its own home, Parscale has at least one other Fort Lauderdale property on the market, a luxury two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath townhouse listed for $ 965,000 – not much more than the $ 895,000 paid for the place in May. It turns out that Parscale’s real estate agent for both properties, Katrina Campins of Katrina Campins Luxury Real Estate, also has a connection to President Trump – she was a candidate for the first season of “The Apprentice.” It’s a small world of real estate after all.
Launch Gallery: Inside Brad Parscale’s Snazzy Florida Home
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