Ex-Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale Lists Fort Lauderdale Home
After President Trump's electoral fraud court dismissed the cases, his former employees sell off and move on. An example of this is his former digital guru and campaign manager Brad Parscale, who just listed his waterfront home in the exclusive Seven Isles neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale, Florida for a little under $ 3 million.
The bearded political activist gained national attention for all the wrong reasons on September 27 when his wife, Candice Parscale, called the police claiming he was armed and threatened suicide after a few fragile months during which he unceremoniously moved from his high position to a bare one Consultant role was downgraded. Parscale soon resigned from his advisor role for the campaign because of "overwhelming stress". However, if it sells for almost the asking price, the nearly half a million he'll make by selling the four bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home he bought for $ 2.4 million in early 2019 will be certainly his frowns turn upside down.
There is never a good place for a public breakdown, and the video of his surrender is sobering for anyone who feels overworked and / or under extreme psychological distress. If it's any consolation, Parscale's elegantly renovated 400-square-foot home, with its soothing canvas of white walls, brown marble floors, wood accents, and lovely water views, was sure to be a relaxing place to unwind. According to Realtor.com, which first published the story, the single-story residence includes a built-in Sonos sound system and snazzy Lutron lighting to keep the mood cool.
Directly in front of the front door is a lounge area with the comfort of a hotel lobby with a wall of illuminated fixtures, including a wine refrigerator and a built-in coffee machine. The space flows easily into the adjoining dining area and the chef's chic kitchen. Wooden base cabinets are juxtaposed with a white laminate top and a funky black and white speckled mosaic tile backsplash. (Presumably Parscale will take the giant aquarium when it's free.)
Brad Parscale House
The master bedroom also offers the luxurious, if not particularly personal, feel of an upscale boutique hotel, with a back-lit wood-paneled wall and an elongated upholstered headboard. The spa-like tub has a steam shower and a glass wall next to the toilet that surrounds a tiny faux-grass courtyard bordered by a stacked stone wall that will hopefully keep naughty Tom and Tinas from looking.
French doors open the monochromatic bedroom to the back yard with swimming pool, spa and fir pit. Hidden on the house side, a covered dining terrace has a complete outdoor kitchen, which is highlighted by a wall of shimmering metal tiles, and behind the pool a huge terrace with boat jibs over the glassy waterway.
If Parscale's house looks decidedly more stylish than the usual politician's, it's because he once made a living turning houses. And according to an interview with the Daily Mail, the plans go back to his old job. "I don't want to be anyone again," he told the London-based tabloid. "I'm going to turn houses like I used to. I obviously have talent at it and I've made money looking for gems."
In addition to his own home, Parscale has at least one other Fort Lauderdale property in the market, a luxury two bedroom, two and a half bath townhouse listed for $ 965,000 - not much more than the $ 895,000 paid for the location in May It turns out that Parscale real estate agent for both properties, Katrina Campins of Katrina Campins Luxury Real Estate, also has a connection with President Trump - she was a contestant on the first season of The Apprentice. It's a small real estate world, after all.
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