(Bloomberg) --

The U.S. has put its ambassador’s residence outside Tel Aviv up for sale, and according to Israeli media, the asking price may be as much as $100 million.

The property, located in the beachfront town of Herzliya, is being sold because the embassy was moved to Jerusalem and the ambassador established an official residence there, a U.S. Embassy spokesperson said.

Media put the asking price for the six-bedroom, six-bathroom seafront property variously at $87 million and $100 million.

U.S. President Donald Trump moved the embassy from Tel Aviv in 2018, fulfilling a campaign promise.

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