Which Of The Sister Wives Has The Most Expensive Home?

When Sister Wives debuted in 2010, it was a shocker of a show that was controversial for many. Following polygamist Kody Brown and his four wives, Meri, Jenelle, Christine, and Robyn, we were invited into the world of plural marriage combined with plenty of drama. While Meri has since left the fold, and most of the children are now grown, the Brown family has owned multiple homes in Utah, Las Vegas, and Arizona as their family has evolved and relocated several times.

With four wives and 18 children, there is plenty of need for housing, and the family has lived in both humble and extravagant digs. But who has the most expensive home out of all the wives? Some may argue it's Robyn, the favored wife of Kody, or Meri, who is also a contender with the opening of her bed and breakfast. While exact figures aren't available for every single residence, as noted by In Touch Weekly, there are definitely some impressive destinations on the list.

Shared Las Vegas homes

After concern about legal repercussions in Utah, the Brown family moved to Las Vegas. They invested in a cul-de-sac, where each wife got their own house with a matching floor plan. After living all together under one roof in their massive Utah home, this was a new challenge, but each woman quickly settled into their house and made it their own.

Some of the women went for a country-western theme, while others kept things sleek and simple. Each house had a Spanish-style exterior, with Christine's containing the extra flair of a turret and dry moat. The homes were side-by-side, making it easy for Kody to rotate through the families each week. While it's hard to make a brand new housing development in the middle of the desert look appealing, the four women truly did a wonderful job nesting and customizing each home to their style. According to Life & Style, the Browns paid $400,000 for the homes.

Christine's Utah home

Meri was the first spouse to walk away from Kody's unconventional idea of marriage, but Christine Brown is the most recent to break free. She left Kody in November 2021 and recently purchased a $1.1 million duplex in Utah. The home was constructed in 2019, and the two-story duplex includes Christine's 3,490-square-foot space, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

According to The Sun, the stone and stucco home includes a garage, basement, wood deck, front porch, and a beautiful spacious kitchen. The latter is ideal for Christine, who loves to create cooking videos and has a food-themed TV show in the works. Christine sold her Flagstaff, AZ, home for $700,000 before leaving Kody for a fresh start in Utah. Due to the marriage arrangement, Christine was only spiritually married to Kody; thus, she did not need to go through any formal divorce proceedings before moving away and purchasing this wonderful new home.

Meri's bed and breakfast

Meri was the first to break out of the plural marriage, and plenty of viewers understood and cheered on her new adventures. These included moving to Utah and pursuing her dream of opening a bed and breakfast. Meri initially asked Kody for $40,000, and after he declined to help her, she ended up paying the $80,000 total all on her own. The bed and breakfast, known as Lizzie's Heritage Inn, was actually built by Meri's great-grandparents, and it was a known gathering place for residents of Parowan — a small town between Salt Lake City and Las Vegas.

According to Screen Rant, the house features four bedrooms, each with a private bath, as well as a large front and backyard with outdoor dining areas. The inn offers free breakfast to all boarders, and it was named Best Country Inn in Utah by the Official Best of America Awards for three years in a row, Screen Rant notes.