It turns out that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's mansion is protected by some fairly serious security measures.
This is according to a new report from the Daily Express U.S.
Ivanka, of course, is the daughter of former President Donald Trump, and Kushner is her husband.
Both had roles in the former president's administration, Kushner as a senior advisor who specialized in Middle Eastern issues, and Ivanka as an advisor who, among other things, focused on the education and economic growth of women.
The mansion referred to at the outset is the $24 million mansion that Kushner and Ivanka Trump purchased in 2021, after the end of Trump's administration.
The mansion, which they have been renovating, is located on Indian Creek Island, which is known as the "billionaire bunker," because it also hosts such individuals as Tom Brady and Jeff Bezos. It is also known as the "world's most exclusive municipality."
Daily Express U.S. reports:
The stunning home, now modern and perfect for a family, sits on a 1.3-acre estate with an impressive 8,519 square foot mansion. The mansion has a French neo-classical look to it with a flat roof, and arched windows with a balcony that overlooks the now-renovated pool surrounded by lush green palm trees. Inside the foyer, a crystal chandelier hangs from a 26-foot ceiling above a grand double staircase.
But, what stands out even more than this, perhaps, is the security measures that are in place on the island.
The outlet reports:
The island only has 34 homes but boasts a private police force for resident safety . . . Access to this luxurious neighborhood is via a single bridge guarded by a gatehouse. There is also a 24-hour-marine patrol that monitors the waters near the neighborhood to ensure the privacy of the residents.
More details about the security measures have been reported by Business Insider.
"The village of 34 residents is protected by a private, 13-man police force, according to my tour guide, Nelson Gonzalez, a luxury realtor and the senior vice president of EWM Realty International. The force even patrols the perimeter of the island from the water," the outlet reports.
Later, the outlet added, "Gonzalez told me the island is high-security and the residents are very concerned with privacy. I spotted one of the private police cars patrolling the island about two minutes into my tour."
That is some pretty serious security.
But, these days, when you have the last name "Trump," you probably need it.