President Donald Trump’s older sister has sold her oceanfront Westhampton Beach home.

Elizabeth Trump Grau, 74, one of Trump’s four siblings, closed on the house in May for $3.8 million, says Sarita Silver of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, the agent who brokered the sale.

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The two-story Contemporary with five bedrooms and 4 1⁄2 bathrooms sits on a 0.67-acre property with a heated gunite pool and Jacuzzi, gardens and a private walkway to the ocean.

Grau could not be reached for comment.

Records show that the house was first put on the market in July 2016 for $5.5 million and reduced to $4.999 million in April. Grau purchased the 4,123-square-foot house for $1.29 million in 1996 when it was newly constructed, according to property records.

“She was very nice, a lovely woman,” Silver says of Grau, a retired executive of Chase Manhattan Bank who is married to James Grau, a television producer. “They weren’t really using [the house] anymore. So I think that was the primary reason for selling.”

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The house is three properties away from Beach Lane bridge, which leads to Rogers Beach. The buyer of the home, Silver says, is working with a builder and designer to redo the house.

“He loved the location and the potential of the renovation,” Silver says.

Grau, the third-eldest Trump sibling, is a graduate of Kew-Forest School in Forest Hills, Queens, a private school that Trump attended through seventh grade, according to The Washington Post. Another Trump-family property in New York was in the news recently. The Jamaica Estates home that Trump lived in until he was 4 was auctioned for $2.14 million in March and rented earlier this week for $4,000 per month.