The historic residence is valued at more than $5 million. 

By Talia Avakian
November 11, 2016

When the Obama family leaves the White House next year, they will be heading to Washington, D.C.’s Kalorama neighborhood, one of the area's most affluent.

The historic mansion where they will be living dates back to the 1920s, and was previously owned by Joe Lockhart, former White House press secretary under Bill Clinton.

After undergoing renovations, the 8,200-square-foot property boasts nine bedrooms, expansive outdoor spaces with formal gardens, two tiers of flagstone terraces, and a gated courtyard.

There are eight full bathrooms and a half-bath, a lower level with an au pair suite, and original windows from the home that were rebuilt with high-end finishes.

The spacious rooms come adorned with wooden flooring, sleek marble features, and white and grey accents that illuminate the home throughout.

The Obamas will be renting the property to allow daughter Sasha to finish high school in D.C., Politico reported.

The property is valued at $5,295,000.