The Brown Family of the "Alaskan Bush People" have been in the Alaskan wilderness for some time. However, the success of the series has given the family a lot of wealth, and they have been able to upgrade their lifestyle accordingly.

According to In Touch Weekly, the Browns, who just moved to California for the treatment of Ami Brown, are no longer living in a tiny cabin in the woods. Instead, they reside in a luxurious mansion in Beverly Hills. The outlet adds that they cannot believe that the former cabin-dwellers are already living in a big home complete with everything one needs for a luxurious way of life.

The Browns mansion

A report from Radar Online reveals that the family lives in a $2.7 million mansion. It features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a master suite with a Jacuzzi and even an in-ground pool. The 3,382 square-foot house is built in 1976 located in an exclusive area in Beverly Hills, California.

It is noted that the family's primary reason for their transfer from Alaska is the medication of Ami. Hence, the area is indeed ideal for such purpose since it is only minutes from the UCLA Medical Center where the Brown matriarch is getting her cancer treatment. She can also get plenty of rest in their bright and sun-filled master bedroom.

The house was recently remodeled by its new owner late last year.

But this time, it is already the Browns who occupy it. It has a gorgeous modern living room with a fireplace. It also has an outdoor pool where the family can lounge under the sun. It also has a backyard which is perfect for relaxation.

Aside from the home's 14 rooms, it has a gorgeous kitchen with hardwood floors and wooden kitchen cabinets.

It sure is large enough to cook for the entire family! The bathroom has a Jacuzzi bathtub, marble countertops, and floors as well as a stand-up shower.

Ami's current condition

Although the family could already live comfortably, they are still facing a family crisis since Ami is still battling lung cancer. She is already out of the hospital, but because of her treatments, she needs more time to rest.

Ami just finished her chemotherapy and radiation treatment, and everyone is hoping that her body will respond well to all medications.

But it is said that she is currently not well enough to film for the upcoming "Alaskan Bush People" season 8. The condition of Ami is one reason why the show doesn't have any update yet. The Brown matriarch indeed needs more time to rest so she can eventually recover. Fans are praying for Ami's health and the entire Brown family.