The Trump name still appears to carry plenty of value, demonstrated when the president's childhood home was flipped after being bought at auction for $1.39million in December.
The address is listed as the home address on the president's birth certificate.
Donald Trump's Tudor-style childhood home in Queens, which was purchased in December, just sold for a almost 50 percent profit at $2.14 million.
"That intangible value makes it a flawless example of why special properties are appropriately sold by auction, just like art is", Haghani adds.
According to the listing, the home has most of the architectural detail that would have been there when the future president of the United Stated lived at the Wareham Place house until the age of 4, when the family moved to a new place several blocks away on Midland Parkway.
The new sale price is a remarkable turnaround for the property in Queens, New York, that was struggling to be sold for $1.65 million when it was first listed for sale in July.
It was reduced to $1.399 million in August, according to Zillow, before the homeowners opted to take the house to auction.
The five-bedroom Tudor which also features four-and-a-half bathrooms, a living room with a fireplace, a five-car driveway with a two-car garage, was auctioned in January after Davis bought from previous property owners, the Kestenbergs, who are restaurateurs in Manhattan.
Last September, when then-candidate Trump was on "The Tonight Show", Jimmy Fallon showed him a photo of the home.
"I wanna buy it, it's lovely", he said.
Donald Trump's father built the house in 1940.