Movie star tattoo artist, reality-television star and make-up and shoe model entrepreneur, Kat Von D is a well-recognized identify to many.
And her rise to fame has introduced consideration to multiple controversial issues surrounding the star, together with her 2018 stance on vaccinations (aka that she would not vaccinate her baby) and claims she is a Neo-Nazi/anti-semite (which she denies).
The West Coast artist and her household will quickly be making their method to the Midwest to allow them to “plant roots in a small city the place there may be nature, the place (their) son might be free to play and the place (they) can finally retire sometime,” Von D wrote in an Instagram story publish on Dec. 17.
Kat Von D bought Vevay, Indiana’s historic Schenck Mansion, an over 10,000-square-foot home in-built 1874, boasting seven bedrooms and greater than six bogs, perched on practically 7-acres of Indiana land.
In accordance with her Instagram web page, Von D and her household visited the house in mid-November, and posed in entrance of the home with a “offered” sign on Dec. 17 with caption: “It’s official! Vevay, Indiana right here we come!❤️🇺🇸.”
Within the aforementioned Instagram story, Von D addresses issues from associates and followers and defined their reasoning behind the acquisition. “(We’re) undoubtedly not ever promoting our dwelling in LA, however with all that has been going down in California, with horrible insurance policies, tyrannical authorities overreach, ridiculous taxing, amongst a lot extra complication.”
She additionally covers issues relating to closing her store within the publish. “So, no, I am not closing my store in LA. We aren’t promoting our dwelling. However we are going to finally be spending extra time in stunning Indiana as soon as I end doing a little reworking on our new historic home.”
The home was listed on the market on Realtor.com in March for $1,874,000.