Sarah Palin's Arizona Mansion For Sale At $2.49 Million

By on February 13, 2016 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Sarah Palin will forever hold a place in American history as the first woman to be nominated for Vice President of the United States (on the Republican ticket in 2008). At the time, she was the Governor of Alaska, the youngest governor in the history of the state and the first female governor – so she was already accustomed to being a trailblazer, of sorts.

Since then, she has become more of a pop culture icon, with her kids in and out of the media for all sorts of things, and her own short lived reality television show.

Her name is back in the news again, as a staunch supporter of businessman and fellow reality television personality, Donald Trump, makes his bid for the Republican nomination. If the extra attention happens to help her sell her Arizona mansion for the asking price of $2.49 million, she probably will not mind the negative press she has been getting.

The house definitely deserves no bad press. The 7,900-square foot home is situated on five acres in Scottsdale and is nothing short of amazing. As you can see, the kitchen is big and spacious, with plenty of room for too many cooks to be in the kitchen and for everyone to come in and steal a nibble while you are trying to prepare something.

Like every good mansion, it comes with a theater room that just needs your big screen television on the wall. That is, assuming that you have one (which you probably do if you can afford a $2.49 million house).

Two of the six bedrooms are considered master bedrooms. So, when your oldest kid is old enough to want his or her own room, you can make them earn a room that big!

Should she be able to sell it for the asking price, she will make a nice profit from the house. She bought it in 2011 for $1.7 million.

The home is definitely suited for entertaining guests outside, with a grill, pool, basketball court, and putting green. (Because who doesn't want a putting green?)

If you are worried about garage space – because if you can afford a $2.5 million house you probably have a few cars – don't be. It comes with a six-car garage.

Look good to you? Do you have a bank account that can pay for it? If so, you might want to hurry up and put in a bid. There has already been one offer and several inquiries have been made. So you had better get it while you can!

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