All good things must come to an end and so it seems is the case for Sister Wives' Christine and Kody Brown. The Sun recently reported that the 49-year-old reality-TV star has listed her Arizona home for $725K and now fans of TLC's long running series are abuzz that Brown is leaving the recently-unhappy nest.
The series — which has aired since September 26, 2010 — highlights the life of multi-wife husband and his controversial polygamist lifestyle with four wives (Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn) and their 18 children.
According to Realtor.com, the Flagstaff home is 2,400 square feet, boasts 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and sits on a spacious 2.5 acre lot. The attractive property was purchased by the LuLaRoe clothing seller with her husband Kody in September 2018 for $520,000.
52 images of the home are available on the realtor website which includes glimpses of the renovated kitchen, hardwood floors, a large stone fireplace and a bar. The property also features stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
According to records, Christine and Kody bought the home when the bustling family all moved from Las Vegas to Flagstaff, Arizona in 2018.
However, first wife Meri, 49, and second wife Janelle, 50 didn't move into the new house. Instead the pair rented homes of their own. Meanwhile, his fourth wife, Robyn, 42 and Kody bought a home together for $890,000.
The Brown family plan was to build a small compound comprised of separate homes for all of the wives and children on a single piece of land called Coyote Pass that the family had purchased three years ago.
But now it would seem after 26 years of marriage that Christine and Kody are no longer a couple. The busy hubby wasn't present for several of their daughters Gwendlyn, Ysabel and Truley's special life moments such as first school days and family gatherings.
So what's next for Christine? In the April 18 finale of Sister Wives, the mother of six made it no secret she wanted to return to Utah where polygamy was recently decriminalized.