New curtains, a beehive and a basketball court: The Pences at the vice president’s residence

The official residence of the vice president, an 1893 Victorian home on a leafy hill, has always been a more laid-back place to live than the fancy digs at the White House a few miles away.

Vice President Pence and wife Karen, and grown children Michael, Charlotte and Audrey, are the seventh family to inhabit the 33-room house on the grounds of the U.S. Naval Observatory in Northwest Washington. A year in, they have put their own spin on it.

 

 

 

 

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