Sister Wives star Kody Brown seems awfully busy behind the scenes these days securing a new home for just one of his wives instead of all four. When the Brown clan purchased land in Flagstaff, the plan called for four homes or one gigantic home to go up.
So far there’s no word on that happening. But it looks as if there’s something going on at Coyote Pass. Although, it’s not about new houses going up. Instead, it seems Kody Brown just purchased some new Sister Wives property using Coyote Pass as nothing more than a parking lot for moving vans today.
Over the weekend Soap Dirt revealed U-Haul-type trucks parked at the Sister Wives Coyote Pass property in Flagstaff. This is the first movement reported at the site since Kody Brown and his wives purchased the land. It seems that some Sister Wives fans had ideas of their own about what this means for the Brown clan.
Sister Wives: Kody Brown Building Plans Implode?
At first, suggestions included the trucks possibly belonging to the Sister Wives production crew. That makes sense if they plan to break ground there soon, although it doesn’t look like it. But it seems a few other clues might signify a move for Kody Brown that doesn’t have anything to do with building in Flagstaff.
It also seems this move has nothing to do with three out of the four wives of Kody Brown. Sister Wives reports put Robyn Brown’s temporary rental home in Flagstaff sold. So this means she either she has a new landlord or she needs to move out.
But… it looks like that dilemma is already solved. While the moving trucks spotted on the Coyote Pass land might hold the furnishings from Robyn’s home but not for long. It seems Robyn has a new space to spread out her belongings. It’s a luxury home in Flagstaff that she now owns.
Big Disappointment For Housing?
With no building permits on Coyote Pass on file, it looks like the erection of any type of dwelling isn’t in the cards anytime soon. But what is in the cards is a new $900,000 home for Kody Brown and Robyn Brown.
This is more money than the entire family spent on their dream property where Janelle Brown, Meri Brown, Christine Brown, and Robyn planned to build their homes. The 20 acres they purchased in Coyote Pass cost $820,000.
Instead, it looks as if Robyn got a jump on the luxury living as the other wives still sit in temporary housing.
Sister Wives: Home Fit for a King?
According to the latest reports, Robyn and Kody’s new home overlooks four acres of forest where it sits upon a ridge. Robyn is clear during the interviews on Sister Wives that being the woman legally wed to Kody makes no difference. But it looks like it does when it comes to housing.
From the day Kody Brown brought Robyn into the family, fans of the Sister Wives show witnessed a change. Immediately teenager-like behavior emerged from Kody when it came to the infatuation of his new bride.
From that day on viewers of the show suggested he still favors Robyn over his other three wives. Sources report Kody spends the majority of his time with Robyn, which might explain this new home purchase that’s fit for a king.
Robyn Brown Still Looking Like Kody’s Favorite Wife?
Either way, the dream property purchased by all four wives and Kody Brown sits without a dwelling. At the same time, Robyn moves into luxury digs in Flagstaff. Today fans voice their thoughts online of Robyn getting the lion’s share out of this plural marriage.
The other Sister Wives still sit in the temporary homes in Flagstaff. There’s no word regarding their thoughts about Robyn’s move today. When they moved to Flagstaff, all four wives set out to rent homes. But Christine purchased her house.
Christine acted as a responsible pet owner. She couldn’t find a rental that would allow her pets. So this Sister Wives mom decided to own a temporary home as the building plans went forth. But Meri, Janelle, and Robyn all settled into rentals. But today Robyn looks secure with a brand new house to call home.
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