Tattoo artist Kat Von D has announced that she has snapped up the historic Schenck mansion in Indiana. She has bought the mansion for $1.8 Million. It is because of the tyrannical overreach of Government in California. The house was built in 1874 and has seven bedrooms. The house also boasts a four-story tower. There are a water garden, a small vineyard, and a gazebo. The Mexican born tattoo artists have plans for remodeling and renovating the mansion. She also plans to open a tattoo shop. The mansion is situated in a small town, and it has a population of 1,683 people. Caucasians mostly inhabit the small town. However, she has no plans of selling off her Victorian-style mansion in the Windsor Square neighborhood of Hancock Park.Image Credit: Daily Mail
It seems like Kat has been fed-up with living in California. In a post on social media, she expressed that in California, nothing good is taking place. The government policies ridiculous taxing, and above all, the tyrannical government outreach is making things worse. She added that we want to live a peaceful life, where my son could be free to play. It is also due to the spike in COVID-19 cases. According to John Hopkins Hospital, there are 623K in Los Angeles, which has led to 8,875 deaths. In January 2020, she has sold all of her cosmetic company Kat Von D Beauty shares to her 11-years old partner Kendo. She also boasts 21.6M, social media follower. Kat has now moved to Indiana after buying the Schenck Mansion.
Kat Von D buys $1.8 Million Schenck Mansion in Indiana. She has planned to move from California due to government policies and tyrannical outreach. However, Kat has no plans of selling off her Victorian-style mansion in the Windsor Square neighborhood of Hancock Park. She has recently transformed it into a Winter Wonderland. Earlier this year, Kat has also listed her four-bedroom Outpost Estates in Hollywood Hills on the market for $3.4 Million.