Nikki Haley, who was U.S. ambassador to the United Nations after serving as governor of South Carolina, has bought a home in her hom
Nikki Haley, who was U.S. ambassador to the United Nations after serving as governor of South Carolina, has bought a home in her home state for $2.4 million, Charleston’s Post and Courier reported.
The mansion, which Haley, 47, purchased with her husband, Michael Haley, is located on exclusive Kiawah Island, SC. The villa had last been on the market for $2.8 million. Nikki Haley’s negotiating skills appear to be intact.
The home purchase has sparked speculation that she may be considering a move back into politics, with an eye to a presidential run in 2024.
Built in 2003, the Mediterranean-style abode sits on a half-acre looking out onto the Kiawah River and features 100-year-old oaks and palm trees.
The graceful design features tiered balconies, private terraces, a pool, and poolside loggia with an outdoor kitchen.
Inside, the layout features 5,774 square feet, four bedrooms, and 4.5 bathrooms, with plenty of formal spaces for entertaining. Enter into a two-story foyer, which leads into a great room with picture windows and a high ceiling, a fireplace, and a bar, with an area roomy enough for a grand piano.