It seems that La Casa Pacifica, famous for being the “western White House” of former President Richard M. Nixon, doesn’t have the allure it once did.
After inventory in August 2015 for $75 million, the cost of the pretentious California estate has forsaken by $11.5 million to $63.5 million.
Nixon was the ancestral San Clemente home’s second owner, purchasing it in 1969 for $1.4 million. Built in 1926, the home was used by Nixon as a shelter to write his discourse after Watergate, according to NPR.
The stream proprietor is former Allergan Pharmaceuticals CEO and founder Gavin S. Herbert. Herbert, along with some business partners, has owned the home given 1980, and volunteered to be the conduct gardener even before he owned it. The gardens are still in top-notch shape.
Rob Giem of Hôm Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.
Brittany Fowler contributed stating to an progressing chronicle of this article.