The New York Post reports:
The notorious San Diego home of Mitt Romney, which made headlines in 2012 for having planned an installation of a car elevator, is now in escrow for $23.5 million. The move comes after years of enduring backlash from neighbors for tearing down and demolishing the initial oceanfront structure and building a new, bigger home.
Romney, 74, and his wife, Ann, purchased the La Jolla home in 2008 for $12 million, property records show.
At the time of the purchase, the home was made up of only three bedrooms and five bathrooms, spanning 3,000 square feet. Today, the new residence has been turned into a two-story, five-bedroom and seven-bath home and stands at over 8,100 square feet.
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