10 most Googled questions about the White House

The House Beautiful team
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As Joe Biden is inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States (Wednesday 20th January 2021), one of the major honours that comes with being the leader is residency at the historic White House; the presidential mansion in Washington, D.C.

Joe and his wife Dr Jill Biden, America's new First Lady, will be living in America's most famous and biggest residence. To mark the occasion, OnlineMortgageAdvisor.co.uk has analysed global search volume data to discover the most Googled questions about the White House.

1. Where is the White House? Washington, D.C.

2. When was the White House built? 13th October 1792

3. How many rooms are in the White House? 132 rooms

4. Who designed the White House? James Hoban

5. How big is the White House? 5,100 square feet

6. Who was the first President to live in the White House? President John Adams

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7. What is the full address of the White House? 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500

8. How old is the White House? 229 Years Old

9. How many bathrooms are in theWhite House? 35 bathrooms

10. How much is the White House worth? $398 Million/€326 Million/£290 Million

11. Who owns the White House? National Park Service

12. How many floors are in the White House? Six levels/floors.

Where will Vice-President Kamala Harris live?

Vice-President Kamala Harris and her husband, Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff's official residence will be One Observatory Circle in Washington, D.C. Located about two miles from the White House, it sits on a 72-acre plot known as the United States Naval Observatory.

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