Chad Z. King
  • Before Ronald Reagan lived in the White House, he spent 25 years in this house located in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles. The house has been restored but some of the pre-presidential Reagan amenities remain. The house is listed for $33 million.
    Chad Z. King
  • Jaman Properties reclaimed the bar that Reagan entertained guests at and now sits in the living room.
    Ethan Pines Photography
  • The property includes a presidential rose garden off the office and a 3D-printed chandelier in the dining room.
    Ethan Pines Photography
  • Jaman Properties kept the original bathroom shower door where Reagan learned he would be president on Nov. 4, 1980.
    Ethan Pines Photography
  • Reagan's son Ron Reagan said of the property's dramatic views, "You know, some people like to live in the valleys. My dad just always loved the mountains."
    Lee Manning
  • Jaman Properties kept the original bathroom shower door where Reagan learned he would be President on Nov. 4, 1980.<br><br> Nancy Reagan said, "I'll never forget the night he was elected. It was just after 5, so it was already nighttime on the East Coast. I took a bath, and Ronnie got in the shower. The phone started ringing. It was President Carter, calling from Washington to concede the election and to congratulate Ronnie on winning."
    Lee Manning
  • Ronald Reagan at home in Pacific Palisades with wife Nancy Reagan and daughter Patricia Ann, 9.
    Harold Filan/AP Photo
  • The property is pictured here before being rebuilt. When the Reagans moved in, General Electric turned the house into "The home of the future," and it was outfitted with state-of-the-art appliances and even a garbage disposal.
    CBS via Getty Images
  • During a brushfire in 1977, Reagan removed his family from the house, but not before throwing all the silver into the pool.
    Jaman Properties
  • The view from the property is pictured here and can be bought for $33 million.
    Ethan Pines Photography
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