Former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen have moved out of Washington, D.C., and into a $1.93 million Indiana house, they bought last month.
According to property records, Pence, 62, purchased a seven-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom home in Carmel, Indiana, which is recognized as the state’s luxury apex.
He also appears to have offered more than the asking amount, since the property was originally advertised for $1.8 million.
The house was on the market on April 1st, and the former vice president made a bid a week later. The auction ended on May 25.
The mansion is a large 10,300 square feet and stands on five acres of property with all the facilities you could want.
The property, which was built in 2008, has a fitness center, an indoor basketball court, a handmade bar, a cinema room, a library, and other living areas.
A pier with views of a huge pond, an in-ground pool, and a wide screened porch are among the outside attractions.
According to sources, Pence has kept beneath the radar since leaving office, following a tumultuous election that heightened relations with Donald Trump.
Pence confirmed on June 3 that he has spoken with former President Trump “several times” since January 6. Despite not seeing eye to eye on that particular day, he stated that Republicans “must move forwards unified.”
Pence hinted at a possible political candidacy in 2024 during his first public statement since leaving the Trump administration in April.
The Indianapolis Star was the first to report about the new home.