Whether you're a devoted follower of Donald Trump or simply need to rent some sizeable accommodation in Queens, New York, Airbnb has the perfect property for you. Yes, users can now stay in the president's childhood home.

The detached five-bedroom, Tudor-style property situated in an area called Jamaica Estates, where a young Trump would have lived out his dreams of one day becoming a reality TV show host, is listed on the property-sharing website for up to $725 (£574) per night.

The house itself was built by Trump's father Fred and is described as being a "unique and special opportunity to stay in the home of a sitting president". The listing claims not much has changed since the Trumps lived there and still has the original kitchen and its "opulent furnishings represent the style and affluence in which the Trumps would have lived".

However, one feature we're sure isn't original is a cardboard cut-out of the president that is kept in the living room, so guests can have "a great companion for watching Fox News late into the night". The house features numerous Trump-related items such as pictures of the commander-in-chief and his quotes hung on the walls.

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Donald Trump's childhood home is now available to rent on Airbnb. Airbnb

As well as able to sleep 20 guests it has enough space to hold a meeting or conference, which might come in handy for Trump next time he needs to set up a makeshift war room.

The property is just short walk away from train access into New York City – a place where Donald Trump built his business and today has an unavoidable presence in the form of his gilded Trump Tower.

Trump's childhood home, while not gold, does come with obligatory stars and stripes flying outside, although strangely there doesn't appear to be any sight of a wall around the property, of which we understand he is quite fond of.

Airbnb recently took action against alt-right users by deleting their accounts after it identified they were booking properties on the site to hold extremist 'Nazi' parties around the far-right Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.