President Trump's childhood home in NYC hits market at $2.9 million

President Trump’s childhood home is back on the market.

After a brief run as an Airbnb that doubled as a quasi-presidential museum — stocked with copies of Trump’s books, miscellaneous memorabilia and even a life-size cutout — the Queens Tudor has been listed for $2.9 million.

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The yellow, five-bedroom Jamaica Estates home, built in the 1940s, became a viral sensation in August 2017 when it was listed on Airbnb for $725 a night and promised guests an inside look into the place Trump called home from birth until he was 4 years old. Members of the media, including The Post, flocked to the abode to see what it was all about but the pricey “presidential home” fell flat when it failed to provide its first guests with hot water or rid the place of a lingering stench of mothballs and lemon Pledge.

The Post even brought a psychic to the property to suss out any lingering presidential energies and the medium sensed “an old German lady” who was “unsettled and stern” and possibly Trump’s grandmother Elizabeth Trump.

After a brief run as an Airbnb that doubled as a quasi-presidential museum, the Queens Tudor is up for sale.<br>

After a brief run as an Airbnb that doubled as a quasi-presidential museum, the Queens Tudor is up for sale.<br> (Google)

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The property last sold in 2017 for $2.14 million to Trump Birth House LLC, a limited liability company represented by a Flushing lawyer who works with Chinese buyers seeking overseas investments.

It was purchased from real estate investor Michael Davis, who bought the brick home in 2016 for $1.4 million shortly after Trump won the election and nearly doubled his investment.

Top brokers Dolly and Jenny Lenz, who toured the property, said the presidential history and location makes the listing price a steal.

“It is a great house,” said Jenny Lenz.

“The fact that it was the president’s childhood home is a huge selling point.”

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This article originally appeared in The New York Post.