Sister Wives: Five glimpses into the Flagstaff homes of the Kody Brown family

Sister Wives Meri Brown, janelle, Christine and Robyn - Image credit - TLC via
Sister Wives Meri Brown, janelle, Christine and Robyn - Image credit - TLC via

Fans of Kody Brown's family can't wait to find out more about the move to Flagstaff. Meanwhile, here's a few hints about their homes.

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Sister Wives: Photos of the Kody Brown family show glimpses of Flagstaff homes

"Sister Wives" patriarch Kody Brown moved the family to Flagstaff, Arizona last year. In the upcoming season, viewers will see some of that, according to the TLC preview. In the meantime, fans ask about the homes they currently live in. Apparently, they don't live all in one house, much like in Nevada. However, we do know Kody rented some properties. In the meantime, Radar Online dug into the fact that they registered new properties. No doubt, that land's not yet all developed. In the meantime, here are some clues as to their current homes.


'Sister Wives': Christine Brown's Flagstaff kitchen

Christine Brown took to her Instagram on Friday, January 11 to post a photo of the beautiful view from her kitchen window. She said she finds it difficult to wash dishes and would rather look out the window. From that photo, we can see a little bit of her home. She has a granite-topped work surface around the sink and modern taps. Pot plants line the window sill of polished wood which is surrounded by facebrick-style tiles. Apparently this home was acually purchased.


Meri Brown's Flagstaff home

Meri posted up a photo around Thanksgiving. It showed her kitchen, and the workspace has no obvious view at all. Looking rather open-plan, it seems the sink's on a standalone counter. The mottled marble topping is a gray color. On one side stands what looks like a stand-alone cupboard made of wood. The floors are wooden and decorated by the dog and piles of boxes. In another photo, Meri posted a shot of the view of the snow from what looked like an upstairs baclony.

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