AMERICAN Pickers star Mike Wolfe’s Iowa home features stunning Mississippi river views and a cozy backyard patio, The U.S. Sun has exclusively learned.
Mike, 59, lives in Nashville, Tennessee and owns a house in his hometown of Le Claire, Iowa.
Mike Wolfe owns a home in Le Claire, IowaCredit: Zachary Maxwell Stertz
He purchased the duplex for $180,000 in 2004Credit: The U.S. Sun
The home has stunning views of the Mississippi RiverCredit: The U.S. Sun
The U.S. Sun can exclusively reveal Mike’s Iowa vacation home and the amenities he enjoys when he’s in town.
The American Pickers star purchased the 3,168-square-foot building for $180,000 in 2004.
The home is a two-story duplex with an apartment on the second floor.
The first story is occupied by the business The Shameless Chocoholic.
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There is also a 1548-square-foot basement.
The building features two garages and a back patio with a wood deck.
Mike added a cozy touch to the patio with string lights and lounge furniture.
The home and patio area overlook stunning views of the Mississippi River, as Illinois could be seen in the distance.
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Mike stays in the home when he’s in town, as his family members also enjoy the peaceful location.
His sister, Beth, and her family stayed in the home to enjoy Tugfest, which took place from August 10 to 12, and is an annual festival that includes a parade, fireworks show, Colorblaze 5k run, carnival, and a tug-of-war between Iowa and Illinois across the Mississippi River.
The house is just a five-minute walk to his store Antique Archaeology.
Mike lives in a $1,050,000 Nashville home that he purchased in June 2020 amid his divorce from his now-ex-wife Jodi.
The country-style home boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
He also owns Antique Archaeology in Nashville.
REAL ESTATE EMPIRE
Mike owns many storefronts and real estate in Le Claire.
Back in 1999, he opened up Wolfe’s Village Bike in Eldridge, Iowa, where he taught bicycle history and safety.
The business continues to be active today, as his sister Beth is listed as an agent of the company.
In December 2010, Mike spent $115,000 on a commercial property in Le Claire.
In March 2013, he bought the lot next door for a purchase price of zero, as One Twenty Nine Coffee & Spirits are renting out the location.
In September 2011, Mike spent $97,000 on another commercial property in Le Claire that he uses for Antique Archaeology.
In November 2013, he spent $23,000 on the plot next door to extend Antique Archaeology.
These are in addition to his Iowa home, contributing to his real estate empire of $3.4million with properties in Tennessee and more.
The house features two garagesCredit: The U.S. Sun
There is also a patio that overlooks the riverCredit: The U.S. Sun
A chocolate shop occupies the first floorCredit: The U.S. Sun