Warren G. Harding's home is on Wyoming Avenue in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C. He was a recently elected senator from Ohio when he moved into this newly constructed Georgian mansion in 1917. By the time he moved out in early 1921 he was the newly elected President of the United States. He and Vice Presidential running mate Calvin Coolidge won a landslide victory in 1920 and Harding would serve four years before deciding not to run for a second term. Today the house serves as the Embassy of Monaco.