IVANKA Trump and Jared Kuschner acquired a waterfront mansion in South Florida for $24 million that has its own police force.
The pair of former White House advisors, much like the majority of the wider Trump clan, relocated from Washington DC to the Sunshine State after Donald Trump's election loss to Joe Biden.
12The couple bought the home for $24 million in AprilCredit: realtor.com
12The pair formerly served as senior White House advisers to Donald TrumpCredit: Getty
12The home boasts six bedrooms on a 1.3-acre estateCredit: realtor.com
12One of the home's six bedrooms is seen aboveCredit: realtor.com
The couple, who are known collectively as "Javanka", had been staying in a luxury oceanfront condo in Miami before purchasing their new home on the high-security Indian Creek island dubbed "Billionaire Bunker" in April.
It boasts six bedrooms on a 1.3-acre estate. The 8,510-square-foot home also has a double staircase and waterfront views.
Aerial shots of the property snapped earlier this month show the mansion will need some major home improvements before the pair can move in with their three children.
Such restoration projects include a retiling of the property's outdoor terrace and the draining and deep-cleaning of a swampy-looking swimming pool.
The home was previously owned by record producer Scott Storch.
12It doesn't appear as though the couple has moved in just yet, will lots of restoration work to carry outCredit: realtor.com
12The home was previously owned by record producer Scott StorchCredit: realtor.com
12The home's master bedroom is seen aboveCredit: realtor.com
12Elsewhere, there is an Indian Creek Country Club and an 18-hole golf course right in the middle for residents to enjoyCredit: realtor.com
Others who live on Indian Creek, where taxes are thought to be $427,000 per annum, include billionaire Carl Icahn, billionaire hedge funder Eddie Lampert, Hotels.com co-founder Bob Diener, and developer Jeffrey Soffer.
Indian Creek Village is known as "the world's most exclusive municipality" with just 34 homes, 42 residents, and a private 13-person police force to keep its high-profile residents safe.
Jared and Ivanka had been initially been linked to Lot 4 on the island, which previously belonged to singer Julio Iglesias.
Elsewhere, there is an Indian Creek Country Club and an 18-hole golf course right in the middle for residents to enjoy.
A single bridge guarded by a formidable gatehouse is the only way to get on the island and there's an island cop for every three inhabitants to ensure their safety and privacy.
A 24-hour marine patrol also keeps an eye on the water surrounding the swanky neighborhood.
12Jared and Ivanka had been initially been linked to Lot 4 on the island, which previously belonged to singer Julio IglesiasCredit: AFP or licensors
12A single bridge guarded by a formidable gatehouse is the only way to get on the islandCredit: realtor.com
12A 24-hour marine patrol also keeps an eye on the water surrounding the swanky neighborhoodCredit: realtor.com
12Javanka own several other properties but Billionaire Bunker is expected to serve as their primary residenceCredit: realtor.com
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The Kushners had been residing in Washington, DC's Kalorama neighborhood, where they are renting a $15,000-per-month home owned by a subsidiary of billionaire Andrónico Luksic's family office.
They flew out of DC in the wake of Donald Trump's election loss but do not appear to have moved into their new home yet.
They also own an apartment in Park Avenue in New York City apartment and a cottage at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.The lavish 58-bedroom Mar-a-Lago mansion of Donald Trump in Palm Beach