Mike Pence and his wife have returned to their Midwest roots at a newly purchased mansion in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Indiana.
The 62-year-old former Vice President, who is rumored to be preparing for a presidential run as the Republican candidate in 2024, and Karen Pence purchased a new home in the Indiana suburbs of Carmel for $1.93 million last month.
The ‘picturesque’ 10,300 square-foot home sits on a five-acre lot and has seven bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms and an in-ground pool, according to the listing for the home on realtor.com
Listed as the perfect home ‘if you want all the luxury’s of life,’ the mansion features a dock overlooking a pond, an indoor basketball court with three baskets, a workout room, and a large screened in porch that features a ceiling fan, fireplace and a BBQ grill.
The 62-year-old former Vice President purchased a new home (pictured) in the Indiana suburbs of Carmel for $1.93 million last month
The stairway in former Vice President Mike Pence’s new ‘picturesque’ 10,300 square-foot home he purchased in May for $1.93 million
The large home, which takes up more that 10,000 square-feet on a five-acre lot, has a large living space with a fireplace for the Pence family
The lower level of the house features a media room next to a ‘beautiful’ handcrafted bar, another large sitting area, the listing for the home said
The home is located in the city of Carmel, which was recently named the second wealthiest city in the Midwest, according to a study by personal finance site nerdwallet.com
The former Vice President will be able to work on plans for his rumored 2024 presidential run in his new spacious study with wood paneling and a fireplace
The 10,300 square-foot home in the exclusive neighborhood of Carmel, Indiana has a grand total of seven bedrooms
The lower level of the house features a media room next to a ‘beautiful’ handcrafted bar, another large sitting area and an area for a pool table.
Also on the lower level of the home is a gym room with an accompanying full bath next to it.
Pictures of the home, built in 2008 according to the listing, also show the home has four garages, and a stone fireplace on the main floor.
Pictures of the home also show the expansive grounds that lead to the home, a spacious study with wood paneling and a fireplace, and a large kitchen with wooden cabinets and an accompanying butler pantry.
The mansion was first listed April 1 and the Pences placed an offer a week later, the New York Post reported. They closed on the home on May 25 for $1.93 million, more than the initial asking price of $1.8 million.
The purchase came not so long after he signed a $3 million to $4 million publishing contract with Simon & Schuster to author two books in early April.
The massive home, which was built over a decade ago in 2008, has plenty of room for the former Vice President’s fleet of vehicles with four garages
Mike Pence purchased the $1.93 million mansion that sits on five-acres of land and includes an in-ground pool in the backyard
Vice President Mike Pence’s newly purchased Carmel, Indiana home features a basketball court with three hoops located in the lower level
Mike Pence’s new 10,300 square-foot home also features a large screened in porch that features a ceiling fan, fireplace and a BBQ grill
Former Vice President Mike Pence’s new Carmel, Indiana home includes a spacious kitchen that features wooden cabinets
Former Vice President Mike Pence’s new Carmel, Indiana home includes a grand total of seven bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms
The purchase of the home comes after the former Vice President told reporters, ‘I’ve already promised Karen will be moving back to Indiana come this summer,’ back in January
CNN first reported news of the deal, with the publisher saying the first book – on Pence’s faith and time in public service – has been tentatively scheduled for release in 2023.
‘Pence will address the many pivotal moments of the administration, from the time he was selected to run as Vice President through Inauguration Day on January 20, 2021,’ a release from the publisher said.
The former partners could potentially be rivals in the 2024 election.
While Trump has not officially said if he will launch a bid for the White House in 2024, he has hinted at a run and said he would wait until the 2022 midterms to make any announcement.
Since the end of his presidency on January 20, Trump and Pence have had a rather stale relationship. Trump feels that Pence could have done more to stop Congress from certifying the Electoral College results for Joe Biden’s victory when he presided over the joint session on January 6.
MAGA rioters stormed the Capitol building on January 6 as the then-Vice President was ratifying the result of the 2020 election, with some chanting: ‘Hang Mike Pence!’ when he said he did not have the power to overturn Joe Biden’s victory.
The Pences and daughter Charlotte were hurried to a secure facility with seconds to spare, as protesters rampaged through the building.
Pence announced his intent to move back to his home state following the end of his first and only term as Vice President on Inauguration Day this year, Indystar.com reported.
The Indiana native represented his home state as a congressman for over a decade, from 2001 to 2013.
He then served as governor of Indiana from 2013 to 2017, until his stint as Vice President alongside Republican Trump until January 2021.
The city of Carmel was recently named the second wealthiest city in the Midwest, according to a study by personal finance site nerdwallet.com
‘There’s no place like home and Indiana is home,’ Karen Pence told USA Today in a statement last month.