Kamala Harris made history as vice president on Wednesday, becoming the first black and South Asian female and woman to hold the office.
Harris, 56, will live on the Naval Observatory grounds in northwest Washington, DC, in a house occupied by his predecessors for more than four decades.
According to the official White House website, she will be the eighth Vice President to reside in this Queen Anne-style house, which was made the official home of the current Vice President in 1974.
This three-story house, built in 1894, is made of brick and wood, with green shutters and a partial wraparound porch. The house, which spans 72 acres, includes two living rooms, a garden, a reception room, a kitchen, a dining room, and other rooms.
It hosted Vice Presidents Bush, Quayle, Gore, Cheney, Biden and Mike Pence, and their families. Mr. Pence left the house ahead of Wednesday’s inauguration.