The Queen Anne-style home offers privacy and relaxation from the hustle and bustle of Washington that the White House just can’t find. But you are above the store, ”said Mr. Dufour.
The seven Vice Presidents who lived at Number One Observatory Circle before Ms.Harris cherished the expansive space and ability to build their own homes.When Bidens lived there, they painted the dining room the same blue as the house. Them in Delaware and hanging pieces borrowed from the National Gallery of Art.
It has also become a tradition for each new tenant to preside over the 128-year-old home improvement.For example, Cheneys designed a small kitchen.Pences added beehives. It will be “sure to live,” and Bidens added a small garden with the names of its former residents and their pets buried in the rocks around the fountain.
“Each added something to make the home better for the next family,” Jill Biden told The Washington Post as Bidens, then the vice president and the second lady preparing to leave the residence for the next year. As of 2017, most residents hire designers to help. But Ms Harris and Mr Emf have not done so.
On Tuesday, officials in Mrs Harris’s office said Vice President and Mr. M. Hoff would “discuss a long-term project” that would include the elements of California, where she served as Attorney General and as a Senator and President of the United States. Her cultural heritage As the first black woman to accept a job
Ms. Harris’ predecessors often held private or formal events at home, and often interacted with people in the neighborhood who had to fight daily motorbike blockages and the sound of a flying Marine Two. Overhead
“You have to be mindful when you organize an event,” said Mr. Dufour. “People in the neighborhood feel there is heavy traffic.”