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Obamas pick DC neighborhood to move to in 2017

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The Obamas are planning to rent a home in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C., after the president’s term is up, The National Journal reported Tuesday.

The family is staying in Washington so President Obama’s younger daughter, Sasha, can finish high school in the area.

{mosads}The White House has not said which house the president and his family plan to move to, but their new home will be in walking distance of the ambassadorial residences of Britain, the European Union, France, Iceland and Portugal.

Obama was reportedly considering Kalorama or Embassy Row, but decided on Kalorama, the neighborhood just east of Massachusetts Avenue NW.

Obama will be the first president to stay in D.C. after his presidential term since Woodrow Wilson in 1921, according to DCist.


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