Richard Nixon’s former La Casa Pacifica estate in San Clemente, California, is back on the market for $63.5 million.
The bluff side compound with 450 feet of sandy beach—where photographers often snapped the ex-president taking walks with his wife and dogs—has been on and off the market since 2015, when it was first listed for $75 million. Since then, it’s gotten a discount of around 15%, according to listing records.
The 5.5-acre compound has multiple buildings, seaside gardens and a putting green.
During the president’s tenure, the home became known as the Western White House, as it served as both a personal and occasional diplomatic retreat. Nixon, who reopened dialogue with the Soviet Union, hosted Russian leader Leonid Brezhnev there in…
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