Former Vice President Mike Pence Buys Indiana Mansion For $ 1.93 Million

Former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen Pence, have returned to their house state of Indiana.

Pence settled down roots in Zionsville, IN, a suburb north of Indianapolis buying a $1.93 million house.

The property is located in Hamilton County, got here on the market in April for $1.8 million.

Set on a rustic 5 acres, the property features a dock wanting onto the “awesome pond” ,with 10,300 Sq. Ft the spacious house, built-in 2008, contains 7 bedrooms and 7 bogs.

In Washington, DC, the Pences lived within the vice-presidential mansion, located on the Naval Observatory. When Pence have chosen for governor in 2012, the couple gave their house in Columbus, IN, and moved into the governor’s mansion.

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