Kat Von D’s Indiana home has piqued the interest of many since the star announced that she is moving to Vevay, Indiana, after closing her LA tattoo shop.

The model’s Los Angeles tattoo parlour, High Voltage, had become a landmark in itself after being in the business for 14 years.

On Monday (Oct. 23), the tattoo artist took to Instagram to detail her plans of relocating to the midwestern state. She also revealed that she’ll be opening up a new parlour in Indiana.

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Inside Kat Von D’s lavish Indiana home

Kat’s mansion was listed for $1,874,000, by Lohmiller Real Estate. The lavish Indiana house is named the Schenck Mansion and is the creation of Cincinnati architect, George P. Humphries.

The famed architect created the house for Benjamin Franklin Schenck in 1874. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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The mansion sits on 10.6 acres and is luxurious in every sense of the term.

The house includes the following:

  • Four porches
  • Seven balconies
  • Five original copper-lined bathtubs
  • Eight chimneys
  • 35 rooms (six are bathrooms, seven are bedrooms)
  • 13 fireplaces
  • Over 50 windows

It also has a large patio, a gazebo, fountains and waterfalls as well as a small vineyard on the property.

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Tattoo artist leaves LA after criticising California’s ‘terrible policies’

Kat, who rose to fame thanks to the reality show Miami Ink, has been a staunch critic of the Californian government’s policies for a long time. In 2020, she announced that she will “definitely not ever” sell her “beautiful home in LA.”

She also announced at the time that she had bought the Schenck mansion in Indiana to escape from the state’s problems.

“With all that has been taking place in California with terrible policies, tyrannical government overreach, ridiculous taxing, amongst so much more corruption, we just felt the need to plant roots in a small town where there is nature, where my son can be free to play, and where we can eventually retire one day,” she said.

Talking about her relocation plans in her latest Instagram post, Kat said, “I will most likely open a private studio in Indiana once we are done with the house remodel there.”

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