The mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut which was once shared by the now-president and his then-wife is relisted at the prior asking price of $45million, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The current owners, Robert and Suzanne Steinberg have been trying to sell the 20,000-square-foot home for many years - discounting the price over time.
The home is listed as having eight bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and eight fireplaces.
It also features a putting green, swimming pool and dock leading to the Long Island Sound.
The home also has a theater, three staff apartments, a putting green on the grounds and six acres of waterfront property on a private peninsula.
The most jaw-dropping feature of the home is the entrance, which opens onto a three-story rotunda with double staircase and a grand chandelier.
Coldwell Banker says the Depression-era home was purchased by Donald and Ivana Trump in the early 1982 for $4million.
The mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut which was once shared by the now-president and his then-wife is relisted at the prior asking price of $45million, the Wall Street Journal reported
The nearly 20,000-square-foot mansion is located on 5.8actres of the Long Island Sound in exclusive Greenwich, Connecticut
In 2015 the current owners listed the home for $54million, but knocked $9million off the asking price when they found no buyer
Donald and his first wife Ivana purchased the home in 1982 for $4million. Ivana won the property in their 1991 divorce and sold it seven years later for $15million
The home is listed as having eight bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and eight fireplaces
At the time, the Trumps were refurbishing the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, so many of the decorations found in the landmark hotel are also featured in the home, originally constructed in 1939.
When the couple divorced in 1992