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Former president Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, are reportedly in escrow for a $14.85 million mansion on Martha’s Vineyard.
And not just any mansion — the one belonging to Celtics co-owner Wyc Grousbeck, which the Obamas rented out for their island vacation this August.
Grousbeck has been looking to unload his home for quite a while: It’s been on the market for four years.
Click through the gallery below to explore the home's listing photos: