The new governor of California will ultimately not live in the manor of the historic governor.
Gov. Gavin Newsweem and his family moved to the repaired 142-year-old Victorian mansion at the time he sworn in office earlier this month.
But they intend to move to a 3 and 6-million-dollar house in a suburb of Sacramento. Sacramento Bey announced on Friday, citing property records, that the family had bought the home at the fair oak in December.
The 12,000-square-meter home is "nicer for the kids" for the four children of Newsweck, all under the age of 10, said Newsweek Nathan's spokesman. The family plans to move along with both their dogs and rabbits after their new house is repaired in a few months.
The Real Estate Invitation describes the Fair Oaks property as a "Santa Barbara Monte Carlo stylish home in an eight-acre park setting" including a winery, pool, guest house and tennis.
Click said the Governor's historic mansion would be used for public events and state-run business. after Governor Jerry Brown's former sister, Kathleen, lives there as a teenager while their father, Pat Brown, was a governor in the 1960s. at home in Marin County near San Francisco, citing their concerns about eradicating their young children.