Happy President’s Day. I hope it finds you at home and enjoying a day off. Don’t bother walking outside to get your mail today. It won’t be coming. Instead of our normal collection of the latest real estate stories, we decided to take a patriotic approach in honor of this national holiday and share our most presidential posts.
Abraham Lincoln is arguably the greatest president in our country’s history. He’s now a pop culture icon featured in books and movies. Here’s a look at the places Abe Lincoln called home.
Did George Washington really have wooden teeth? What on earth does this have to do with Coldwell Banker? Find out on The Truth featuring Alan Thicke. (video above)
While President’s Day is namely for honoring George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, you have to admit that Thomas Jefferson has to be up there with them. The author of the Declaration of Independence also had quite an amazing collection of homes that he lived in.
Coldwell Banker recently listed the home of President & Mrs. Ronald Reagan.
Ever wonder what it would be like to have a presidential birthday party at the White House? We did. Here are some of our ideas for which rooms in the White House would be perfect for a presidential party.
And finally, take a look at the home that is infamously known for being the place where JFK was introduced to Marilyn Monroe…oh and it just happens to be the former home of Frank Sinatra.
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