The “Reagan Mansion” in the “Fab 40s” neighborhood of Sacramento where Ronald and Nancy Reagan once lived is on the market for the first time in 22 years.
The house at 1341 45th Street suggested by Kim Pacini Hauch with RE / MAX Gold for under $ 5 million.
The Reagan family rented the English Tudor residence in East Sacramento during Ronald Reagan’s tenure as governor from 1967 to 1975.
Nancy Reagan was famously declared The Governor’s Victorian mansion was a “noisy trap” at the time.
According to the broker, the 12-room house has about 7,000 square feet and includes a “full basement” and half an acre of “manicured English gardens”.
It has a “large, two-storey entrance with a sweeping staircase, solid wood floors, seven fireplaces and rooms equipped with elaborate, beautiful wooden structures.”
The house was renovated in 2001 by its current owners.
Five families have lived in the house in the past. See photos by clicking on the gallery above.
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