Everyone knows where presidents live during their time as commander-in-chief - including their other "White Houses" - but often it's less widely known where they go once they leave office. So begs the question: where do presidents live after the White House? Some former presidents ended up in their home states, while others moved to new states, and some even remained in Washington. D.C. Some former presidents' homes are pretty lavish - even for the times - while others are quite humble like Jimmy Carter's home in Plains, Georgia.
Vote up the photos of the post-presidency homes that seem most fitting for retirement.
Harry Truman's post-presidency home in Independence, MO was the very home he lived in from the time he was married in 1919 until his passing in 1972.57821Fitting post-presidency residence?
Interestingly enough, this was the only home Eisenhower ever owned - and it's now known as the Eisenhower National Historic Site.57527Fitting post-presidency residence?
After George Washington insisted on not being president for a third term, he retired to his home in Mount Vernon, Virginia where he only lived two years.55125Fitting post-presidency residence?
Sagamore Hill, the estate owned by Theodore Roosevelt, was a staple in his life and political career, and was where he passed in 1919. It remains a national landmark.47414Fitting post-presidency residence?