The ‘Sister Wives’ Family Owns a Cul-De-Sac — and All Four Houses Are Amazing

When we first met the Brown family from TLC's Sister Wives, the 20+ member family all lived in a huge house in Utah. The clan, which consists of husband Kody, his four wives, Meri, Christine, Robyn, and Janelle, and their 18 kids, became famous after the debut of their show. But being "open polygamists" had its downsides. The family ran in to legal issues in 2011 and decided to uproot their family and move to Las Vegas where they could practice their religious beliefs in peace. "There was an immense amount of peace that we felt in arriving to Las Vegas," Kody told Oprah Winfrey. "It was like, 'Okay, this is our new home and here we believe we will experience freedom."

While Las Vegas might've been more accepting of their practices, the family felt like they were growing apart while living in four separate rental houses. Worried about the future of his family, Kody realized the key to bringing everyone back was to invest in a cul-de-sac where the entire family could live together. The family paid approximately $400,000 for four houses, one for each wife, so that they could all live next door to each other. Although each house has the same floor plan, each wife made little changes (like changing the color of the kitchen countertops or rearranging the windows) for a personal touch. All the homes are a Spanish style with stucco siding, similar to most homes in the Las Vegas area. Although it's been a tumultuous few years for the Browns, they all look comfortable in their new homes. Curious to see what they look like? Take a look at the gallery below to get a tour of all the wives' homes. Whose home do you prefer? We honestly can't decide!