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The ‘Alaskan Bush People’ Family’s New Home Is Gorgeous Inside and Out


Now that the Alaskan Bush People have officially left Alaska, they’ve settled in nicely to their new house in Los Angeles, California. After Ami Brown’s cancer diagnosis earlier this year, the family made the move so that their mom could get the best treatment. Currently, she’s undergoing her second round of chemotherapy as her family roots her on and keeps her comfortable. And no small part of that, we’re sure, is living in a beautiful Beverly Hills estate instead of catching your own fish in the forest. Check out the Brown family’s new digs in the video below.

This is the second Los Angeles home the family have set their sights on. They made their first trips to SoCal over the summer, and settled into their new mansion in the beginning of fall. Want to see more of the glamorous home? Radar Online has shots of the exterior, marble floors, stunning kitchen, and luxurious bathroom. The master suite is huge with high ceilings, letting in plenty of light to brighten up the space.

It’s clear that Rain Brown loves their new spot. Let’s hope Ami does, too, especially since she’s sticking behind as her family jets off to New Orleans to film a new season of the show without her. They also recently stopped by Colorado to work on the Alaskan Bush People Christmas special for the holiday season.

We’re glad to see the family is doing well — and hope that means Ami is, too. “It could be my last days,” she admitted to People in August. “But I have the will to fight.” She’s also hoping to use her experience to help soothe viewers’ own fears about cancer. “There are a lot of people that are going to be told one day that they have cancer. And that’s scary. I was nervous as a cat the first time I went in for radiation. I hope if people watch the show and see what I’m going through and it will take away a lot of their fear.”

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