Kody Brown’s marriage to first wife Meri has been rocky over the years, as the family even feared she would flee to Utah. Now, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal the Sister Wives star has an incentive to stay with her family, as she’s living in a massive Arizona home alone!
Meri is renting a four-bedroom, five-bathroom home that is worth $861,179, according to Zillow.
She is currently paying $2,975 a month for the 4,200 square foot home.
The Flagstaff, Arizona mansion also features dual fireplaces, a three-car garage and an elevator!
As readers know, Meri only shares one daughter, Mariah, with husband Kody. She recently got engaged to girlfriend Audrey. They are living in Chicago.
Her home has seven bedrooms, with private balconies for each, seven bathrooms, a sand-volleyball court and more.
Christine bought a home for $520,000. The house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Janelle is renting a $374,000 home for $2,900 a month. The abode features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms.
Kody purchased a plot of vacant land in Flagstaff, which was split into four parcels on June 1, 2018.
Kody and wife Janelle’s parcel of land cost $170,000 for 2.42 acres, while Kody and Robyn also put down $170,000 for 2.42 acres of land. The third parcel, which Kody shares with Meri, set them back $180,000 for 4.48 acres. Janelle is also listed on the property. As for Christine’s property, which Robyn is also listed on along with Kody, it cost $300,000 for 5.16 acres of land.
On a recent episode, Meri bought a bed and breakfast in Utah. The family, who was living in Las Vegas at the time, feared she bought the home to leave the family and live in Utah.
But she assured them she has no plans to leave the family.
As readers know, Meri fell victim to a catfish scam while married to Kody. She fell in love with someone on the Internet who she believed was a man. But the person she had a six-month relationship with ended up being a woman.
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