A Closer Look at The Obamas’ New $11.75 Martha’s Vineyard Mansion

The former President, Barack Obama, and first lady, Michelle, have recently closed on a beautiful $11.75 million dollar mansion in Martha’s Vineyard and you won’t believe how amazing it is, from the setting with spectacular panoramic views, the design of the home, and even the interior. What an amazing place to spend your retired days after spending two full terms in the Oval office. According to Realtor, the 7,000 square foot home is located in Tony Island, which is in the Edgartown section of the isle off the mainland of Massachusetts. The couple had rented the property during the summer months and already been having discussions of purchasing the property from prior owner, Wyc Grousbeck of the Boston Celtics. Apparently an agreement was made and the Obama’s now own this incredible estate and you’ll get to have a peek inside. So, here’s a closer look at the Obama’s new $11.75 million dollar Martha’s Vineyard mansion.

Entry and stairwell

The entry boasts large neutral toned stone flooring and a round sofa seat positioned under a large stainless steel industrial style hanging light fixture. A powder room is positioned in the corner of the room off to the side of the curved stairwell. The large black vessel fits perfectly snug in the corner of the stairs and ties in perfectly with the large black floor lamps in the living room beyond the foyer.

Kitchen

The large, open, elongated kitchen boasts beautiful wood floors against a white theme for the walls, ceiling, cabinetry and counter tops. Sleek, white, subway tiles are seen as a back-splash behind the cooking areas of the room. Glass cabinetry on either side of the sink allows for a beautiful display of glassware. The over-sized white island is stocked full of ample of storage spaces, from cabinets to drawers and offers an attached bar-height table and backless stools, convenient for that quick meal or cup of coffee. Three stainless steel industrial style lights hang over the island and add a simplistic, yet elegant look and feel to the room.

Living room

The uniquely designed formal living room sits just off the entry way of the home and offers a bit of an industrial appeal with the slatted-beam vaulted ceilings and use of metal elements. The architectural details definitely create a focal point for the room and give it character and charm. White sofas are strategically placed for optimum seating and conversations with guests. The white theme is offset by two oversized black and white floor lamps to give a the room a burst of color and adds to the industrial look and feel.

Family room with views

Neutral and beautiful, this room with a fireplace and spectacular views is the perfect room for relaxing and visiting if you want to cozy-up to a warm fire while taking in the views of the pool and ocean beyond it, through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Plush pieces of furniture fill the seating area that boasts a large transitional style coffee table that pairs well with the neutral toned sofa and chairs, and slate-colored throw pillows.

Master bedroom

Vaulted ceilings and neutral tones make this master bedroom a gorgeous, open and spacious room. Lots natural light fills the room from the multiple doors and window sets on all sides of the room. A quaint fireplace niche at the far end of the room serves multiple purposes. It creates a focal point for the room, as well as it harbors added storage spaces in the wall. According to Boston Magazine, the vaulted niche has dual doors that lead to an outside sundeck to retreat and take in the morning, afternoon, or evening views of the Atlantic.

Master bathroom

Dual sinks on an extra long vanity boasting stunning a white marble counter offers all the luxurious space for two to get ready without bumping elbows. The sinks are offset from each other and each comes with its own chrome, freestanding mirror that pivots to give you the best views you need. Skylights in the vaulted ceiling flood the bathroom with extra natural lighting for better task lighting, and creates a beautiful ambiance that pairs well with all the white elements used throughout.

Sunroom

This stunning sunroom is the perfect place to relax and warm up to a cozy fire on a chilly night, or warm yourself in the sun during warmer months. The use of stone and brick on the fireplace are a perfect combination for the gray and green theme used in the table, gray stone tiled flooring and green and gray patterned sofas and chairs. Unobstructed views of the landscape are clearly seen through the beautifully designed windows that are outlined in beautiful trim that boasts elegant architectural details.

Outdoor patio and pool house

There are multiple patios and verandas around the home that offer their own, beautiful views of landscape, water and the pool. Here you can sit and enjoy a cool drink on a split-level patio, under the shade of an umbrella table set. The pool house is on the upper level of the deck and makes it convenient for family and guests to get ready for a fun day by the pool.

Pool and patio

The elegant pool is surrounded by lush landscape and multiple types of seating, whether you want to lounge in the sun or sit under the shade of an umbrella pool table set. The long length of the pool makes it perfect for swimming laps or simply cooling off during the heat of the day.

Sundeck with views

According to Observer, the Obama’s have the perfect place to retreat and take in stunning views of the Atlantic, and it’s just outside their bedroom door. The view seems to go on-and-on, from gorgeous, lush landscape that leads up to the water further beyond. Three comfortable lounge chairs face the water and all don a built-in side table for that morning cup of coffee, or after-dinner nightcap you’ll want with you while you soak in the views.


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