Sister Wives star Meri Brown‘s Flagstaff rental has her co-wives green with envy. Meri finally rejoins the family in Flagstaff after spending the summer in her Las Vegas home. Her previous rental in Flagstaff fell through at the last minute. So she returned to Nevada while looking for the perfect new place to call home in Flagstaff.
After three months Meri rented herself a mansion. In fact, her spacious digs for just herself sparked envy among her fellow Sister Wives. And, the house has some very unique and fun features that the family was in awe of. Here’s what we know about Meri’s Flagstaff mansion.
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Sister Wives: Meri Brown Spends Summer Alone In Las Vegas
Sister Wives’ first wife Meri Brown spent the summer at her old Vegas house after a run-in with police at her original rental caused that landlord to terminate her lease. Meri could’ve fought to enforce the terms but decided she didn’t want to live in a situation where she and her family were not welcomed. So, Staying the summer in Nevada was a good solution.
After-all the Sister Wives‘s family was paying the mortgages on all their Vegas homes. So why not have Meri Brown live in her old house and keep an eye on the vacant ones. Plus, those three months she was without a dual residence saved Kody Brown and the family almost $9,000.
Mixed feelings/emotions about staying in Vegas for 3 months while I found another house in Flagstaff. I LOVE Vegas (no secret) but it was hard being away from the family. I traveled back and forth often those months!#SisterWives
— Meri Brown (@MeriBrown1) January 6, 2020
Meri Brown’s Rental Makes Christine Brown Jealous
The rental Meri ended up with is more like a mansion than a house. The spacious home sparked envy from the other Sister Wives when Meri gave them a tour. In fact, Kody Brown’s third wife Christine Brown was the one most in awe. She said her entire first floor would fit in Meri’s bedroom. No doubt her jealously was on full display.
However, Meri’s quick to say to the camera in her interview that the rent on her new place was only $175 more a month than her original rental. She further says the second house had three times the amenities for that additional price. So really it was a good value. And let’s not forget how much money Meri saved the family by staying behind in Las Vegas those few months.
Sister Wives: Details On Meri’s “Mansion”
Meri Brown certainly rented herself quite the palace. The Sister Wives matriarch’s new abode is certainly more than house than she needs. Since, it is just her living there. But, she does run her very lucrative LuLaRoe business from her home and that requires a significant amount of space to house the inventory as well as an office.
Her Flagstaff mountain retreat features 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a 3 car garage and 4200 square feet of living space. All the bedrooms are en suite, which means they all have their own private bath. There’s a gourmet kitchen, a stone fireplace, and a deck that offers panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness.
Meri Brown’s new house is built into a cliffside and surrounded by woods. It’s an extremely private hideaway. Not only does the house have all these stunning features, but it also has an indoor water feature as well as an elevator. Meri’s other Sister Wives could not get over the elevator, they have never seen a home that had one. Of course, eagle-eyed Solomon Brown was the first Brown child to spot the elevator. No doubt the kid loved exploring Meri’s house.
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