Inside the Obamas' new DC home

PHOTO: After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama. PlayMark McFadden
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After eight years at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., the Obamas are moving to a new residence not too far from the White House.

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Since their younger daughter, Sasha, is still in high school, Barack and Michelle Obama made the decision to stay in Washington, D.C. at least until Sasha's graduation.

The Obamas are moving to the historic neighborhood of Sheridan-Kalorama, which has been home to five other presidents before or after their time at the White House.

Take a look at the Obamas' new digs once they return to Washington from their vacation in Palm Springs, California.

The photos below are from 2014 and may not reflect how the Obamas have chosen to decorate their new home.

PHOTO: After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama. Mark McFadden
After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama.
PHOTO: After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama. Mark McFadden
After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama.
PHOTO: After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama. Mark McFadden
After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama.
PHOTO: After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama. Mark McFadden
After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama.
PHOTO: After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama. Mark McFadden
After eight years in the White House, the Obamas are moving to a new house in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama.
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