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The $4.3 million home features plenty of room for the Obamas to stretch out with separate dressing rooms and his and her bathrooms, entertaining space, and a tranquil garden.The home was built in 1928 and features nine bedrooms and eight and a half baths, according to Politico, which first reported the address.The Obama’s area leasing the house from Joe Lockhart, who served as press secretary to Bill Clinton.Scroll down for videoO burner: The stove boasts two ovens and six burners, making entertaining simpleLockhart’s wife, Giovanna Gray,was Washington editor of Glamour magazine. She recently completed a profile of Michelle Obama.A graceful foyer features marble flooring.It has a gourmet kitchen featuring a six burner stove, according to an online database reviewed by Daily Mail Online.In case the Obama’s have grown accustomed to having help around the house, there is a butler’s pantry.A dining room with wood flooring can serve as an entertainment space, or a place for ‘kitchen table’ discussions about the family budget, now that Obama will no longer draw a government salary.There’s an upstairs office where Obama would be free to work on his memoirs, having already written two successful books that made him wealthy.There is a wet bar and a wine cellar.Although Obama will have to give up ‘the Beast,’ he will maintain Secret Service protection. The home features two parking spaces, which could be tight, but may suffice. cheap jerseys

Chrysler has been under investigation by the NHTSA for more than 55,000 warranty claims for Steering problems with Dodge Intrepid, Chrysler Concord, 300M, LHS and Eagle Vision vehicles and 1,450 reports of steering control problems. Some including complete loss of steering control with 1993 1996 models, reported as of 1999 alone. These statistics do not include 1997 and second generation models (1998 2004) and does not include LH vehicles that may have been brought in for warranty service, where a Chrysler dealer claimed to be ‘unable to duplicate’ a steering related problem.

Subscribe to USA TODAYAlready a print edition subscriber, but don’t have a login?Activate your digital access.Manage your account settings.My AccountLog OutA winter storm is set to deliver snow from the Midwest to the East Coast through Monday, less than a week after the so called Blizzard of 2015 dumped more than 2 feet of snow across New England.Chicago, Indianapolis, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York City and Boston are all in the path of the storm. Those cities could see 6 to 12 inches of snow, according to AccuWeather.”Close to 100 million people live within the swath forecast to be hit with accumulating snow or enough wintry mix to make for slippery roads from Saturday evening into Monday,” AccuWeather meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said.The system comes on the heels of a blizzard early this week that dumped 34.5 inches on Worcester, Mass., the city’s largest ever. The 24.6 inches measured in Boston made it the city’s biggest January storm on record.While the Northern tier deals with snow, the South will see periods of rain Saturday, Sunday and Monday.