Nixon's 'Western White House' on sale for $63.5M
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Are you a political junkie looking for a vacation getaway — and have $64 million and change to spare?

If so, you’re in luck: Former President Nixon’s uber-exclusive California abode, which was dubbed the “Western White House,” is on the market once again.

The nearly-5.5 acre San Clemente manor is “the most significant oceanfront estate in Southern California,” according to its real estate listing.

The property, which went up for sale in 2015 for $75 million and has been delisted and relisted over the years, is now priced at $63.5 million.


The home’s sellers appear to take a page out of President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump defends Stephanopolous interview Trump defends Stephanopolous interview Buttigieg on offers of foreign intel: 'Just call the FBI' MORE’s affinity for hyperbole, writing in their listing that the digs are “enveloped in the most magnificent coastal gardens and grounds found in California” and that its “gleaming white structures contrast perfectly against the vibrant colors of the impeccably kept seaside gardens.”

“The completely walled compound affords panoramic views of the ocean and sunsets from its preferred elevation,” a description states. “Stands of exotic palms and Monterey Cypress sway in the ocean breezes whilst overlooking wide expanses of emerald lawns.”

The massive Spanish colonial hideaway includes an approximately 9,000-square-foot main residence, along with a 3,000-square-foot “entertaining pavilion,” plus a guest house and “multiple staff accommodations.”

The property also features a tennis court, swimming pool and putting green, along with three sets of gates.

Nixon, who died in 1994, bought his San Clemente crib in 1969 for $1.4 million and lived there full time after he resigned from office.

The home, also known as La Casa Pacifica, has hosted plenty of big names over the years, including former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Frank Sinatra and John Wayne.