‘Sister Wives’: Inside Robyn and Kody Brown’s $900,000 Flagstaff House
Kody and Robyn Brown own a $900,000 house together in Flagstaff, Arizona. Sister Wives often features the home on the reality TV show. However, viewers rarely get a peek inside, allegedly because of Robyn’s rule that filming takes place outside only. Let’s check out the interior of the Sister Wives star’s woodland cabin.
Details about Kody and Robyn’s Flagstaff home
After leaving Las Vegas, Kody and Robyn Brown bought their five-bedroom and four-bathroom home in Flagstaff, Arizona. This 4,400-square-foot cabin is surrounded by trees, with breathtaking views of the area’s mountain ranges. The house, built in 2007, sits on a ridge on a “heavily-treed four acres,” according to the listing.
According to documents obtained by Daily Mail, Kody and Robyn are listed as “husband and wife” on the Coconino County deed of trust.
The couple closed on the house on August 30, 2019, after they moved the entire family from their Las Vegas cul-de-sac to their new place in Flagstaff. Considered a gateway to the San Francisco Peaks, the city has a population of nearly 77,000 residents.
Inside Robyn and Kody’s rustic cabin
The outside of Robyn and Kody’s house boasts an expansive wrap-around deck, outdoor dining area, and four-car garage. While beautiful on the outside, the inside is equally stunning.
The lavish home has two master suites, three additional bedrooms, and four bathrooms. In the kitchen, the luxury continues with a commercial-sized refrigerator and gas stove, underfloor heating, and a wine fridge.
Kody spends most of his time at Robyn Brown’s house
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Kody has almost exclusively stayed at his home with Robyn. He chose not to see two of his other wives, Janelle and Christine, because they weren’t adhering to his strict coronavirus prevention protocol. Meri hasn’t been in rotation since their marriage became platonic years ago. This means Kody is almost exclusively living with Robyn and their five children.
During taped confessionals for Sister Wives, Kody’s verbiage has sounded increasingly exclusive of his wife Robyn and their kids, according to many viewers. Kody explained it this way during Season 16: “It’s weird. In the time that COVID has been going on, I felt more and more and more like that was Janelle’s house, and it wasn’t my house. And the irony of this situation, which is not good for relationships, is that Robyn’s house, as I’ve been there more, has made me feel like that’s my house, and my rules, and my family.”
How Robyn Brown’s house compares to the other wives’ living situations
As discussed on Sister Wives, Janelle and Meri rented their homes in Flagstaff. Christine owned her home. However, since her separation from Kody, she sold it to move to her new $1.1 million duplex in Murray, Utah.
In Sister Wives Season 17, Janelle’s landlord sold the modest one-story “fixer-upper” she rented. She decided to buy a trailer and move onto the Coyote Pass property to save money and hopefully start building her dream home. However, this plan quickly fizzled out.
In Season 18, Janelle moves into a new Flagstaff rental as she comes to terms with her failing marriage to Kody. The mother of six faces having very few financial assets despite working for most of her adult life to support the Brown family.
Many Sister Wives fans have pointed out the unfairness between the wives’ living situations. However, in Season 18, it’s abundantly clear that Robyn has received preferential treatment.
New episodes of Sister Wives Season 18 air on Sunday evenings at 10 pm ET/PT on TLC.