Donald Trump’s childhood home has a new mystery owner.
The president’s former house is located in Queens’ affluent Jamaica Estates neighborhood and first hit the market last August for $1.55 million, PEOPLE reports.
The home was sold to real estate mogul Michael Davis, of Wareham Holdings LLC, in December for $1.39 million. Davis flipped the five-bedroom, five-bath Tudor-style home and sold it at an auction for $2.14 million.
The mystery buyer bought the property under the name Trump Birth House LLC. According to Politico, President Trump previously expressed interest in purchasing the home and told Jimmy Fallon, “I want to buy it.”
However, the White House did not comment on the possibility of him being the buyer.
When realtor Howard Kaminowitz of Laffey Real Estate listed the home in August, he could not believe who previously lived there. It took him a “month of convincing.”
The home boasts over 2,500 square feet and has an additional 1,100-square-foot basement. It has many traditional details, such as a large fireplace, arched doorways and hardwood floor throughout the house.
Trump, 70, lived there with his parents and four siblings. His father, Fred Trump, built the home in 1940.