Sister Wives’ Meri Brown House Tour: Photos of Her Homes
sister wives star Meri Brown lived in a few different places across the country, including Las Vegas and Flagstaff, Arizona. However, fans of the show have seen her move from from house to house a little more than his sister wives Janelle Brown, Robyn Brown and Christine Brown when Christine was still part of the family.
After the entire Brown family moved from Las Vegas to Flagstaff, Meri moved into a rental home in 2018, only to briefly return to Sin City after neighbors in Arizona complained to their landlord about the “ by Meri.
During a confessional that aired on a January 2020 episode, the owner of Lizzie’s Heritage Inn explained that she agreed to move but was unable to find a new rental home in Flagstaff in a such a short time. Thus, she temporarily returned to Vegas.
However, retailer LuLaRoe finally found her luck in Flagstaff when she moved into her second rental home, which featured a rustic vibe and plenty of room for guests. Meri shares her only child, Leon Brownwith husband Kody Brown.
The CCM The personality’s Las Vegas abode was a spacious place, with the living room featuring Meri’s own decor and the kitchen featuring wood cabinetry and an island counter at its center. Her temporary second home was a simple gray house that faced a wooded backdrop, while Meri’s third home offered four bedrooms. Although she once mentioned that the last place cost $175 more per month than her old Flagstaff rental, the reality star noted that it was worth the price due to its size.
Although Meri has been through the ordeal of the move, she proudly continues to own her bed and breakfast. Breaking this news of her business venture to the rest of the wives and her husband, however, was a bit difficult. Christine apparently seemed to approve of Meri’s hostel in Parowan, Utah, but the others were skeptical.
“This is the house my grandmother grew up in,” she told wives and the family patriarch in January 2018 episode. “I always wanted him to come back to the family. It was built in 1870.
Although Janelle was initially hesitant about Meri’s new venture, she later told her sister she should go because she hadn’t seen her “shine like this in a long time”.
It may be a lot of work on her part, but Meri still has time to go home and relax while running her B&B.
Scroll through the gallery to see photos of Meri’s locations!