AMERICAN Pickers star Mike Wolfe’s Iowa home boasts stunning views of the Mississippi River and a cozy backyard patio, The US Sun has learned exclusively.
Mike59, lives in Nashville, Tennessee and owns a home in his hometown of Le Claire, Iowa.
The US Sun can exclusively reveal Mike’s vacation home in Iowa and the amenities he enjoys when he’s in town.
The American Pickers star bought the 3,168 square foot building in 2004 for $180,000.
The house is a two-story duplex with an apartment on the second floor.
The first story is staffed by The Shameless Chocoholic company.
There is also a 1548 square foot basement.
The building has two garages and a back patio with a wooden deck.
Mike gave the terrace a cozy touch with fairy lights and lounge furniture.
The house and patio area offers breathtaking views of the Mississippi River, with Illinois visible in the distance.
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When Mike is in town, he stays in the house as his family members also enjoy the quiet location.
His sister Beth and her family stayed home to enjoy Tugfest, which took place August 10-12 and is an annual festival that includes a parade, fireworks, a Colorblaze 5K run, a carnival and involves a tug of war. War between Iowa and Illinois on the other side of the Mississippi.
The house is just a five-minute walk from his shop, Antique Archaeology.
Mike lives in a $1,050,000 Nashville home that he purchased in June 2020 as part of his divorce from his now ex-wife Jodi.
The country-style house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
He also owns Antique Archeology in Nashville.
REAL ESTATE RICH
Mike owns many stores and properties in Le Claire.
In 1999, he opened Wolfe’s Village Bike in Eldridge, Iowa, where he taught bicycle history and safety.
The company is still active today, with his sister Beth listed as a representative of the company.
In December 2010, Mike spent $115,000 on a commercial property in Le Claire.
In March 2013, he bought the property next door for a purchase price of zero because One Twenty Nine Coffee & Spirits rents the location.
In September 2011, Mike spent $97,000 on another commercial property in Le Claire that he uses for ancient archaeology.
In November 2013, he spent $23,000 on the property next door to expand ancient archeology.
These complement his home in Iowa and add to his $3.4 million real estate empire with properties in Tennessee and more.