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The $23M Museum That Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Is Going to Use as a House

The 27,000-square-foot property used to be home to a museum, but now it will be home to the CEO of Amazon!

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If you visited the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C., before 2013, you'll soon be able to say you've been inside the house of Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. That's right -- Bezos just purchased the huge property and plans to turn it into a single-family home!

 

The historic building, which was built in 1914, is just under 27,000 square feet and boasts an impressive 10 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, according to Trulia. Up until 2013, the property was home to D.C.'s Textile Museum, but it was sold to the influential CEO for $23 million at the end of 2016. Bezos is the latest big-name resident to join the Kalomara neighborhood, which is popular among politicians.

 

Check out these amazing pictures from inside Bezos's new digs:

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