Inside The Alaskan Bush People's Former Beverly Hills Mansion

The Brown family from Alaskan Bush People has experienced a turbulent few years, as Ami Brown's lung cancer battle caused the entire nine-person clan to relocate from the Alaskan wilderness to Washington for Ami's treatment. Season 12 of the wildly popular Discovery Channel show premiered in August 2020, and it teased a new set of obstacles for the family: a strong winter storm, a race to finish their cabin in frigid weather, and the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Despite the hardships we see the family go through on television as they struggle to survive off of nature as simple folk, one question always begs: how are they struggling so much when they also have an income from the show?

When the Brown family relocated to the mainland for Ami's treatments, they also temporarily moved from Washington to Los Angeles in close proximity to the UCLA Medical Center, according to In Touch Weekly. With that move, though, came a huge revelation: the Brown family had money in their banks and weren't shy of living the LA lifestyle for a bit. A Radar Online report reveals that the bush family rented a lavish mansion in Beverly Hills with a pool and kitchen big enough to fit the whole family. Without further adieu, let's take a look inside the Alaskan Bush People's former Beverly Hills mansion.

The Alaskan Bush People's mansion was ultra luxurious

Radar Online reports the Brown family moved into a $2.7 million mansion in 2017. The home, which is in the famous 90210 zip code, reportedly has five bedrooms and four baths, with a master suite. Plus, it has a beautiful backyard with a pool of which Rainy Brown, then 15, had no problem posting pictures. It was built in 1976 in the high-end Beverly Glen area of Beverly Hills, and boasts a whopping 3,382 square-footage.

The photos show a bright family room with a modern, open floor plan and a kitchen with hardwood flooring large enough so the whole Alaskan Bush family can eat together. The master bedroom is airy and open, and its attached bathroom has a jacuzzi fit for anyone who's completed a long day of hunting–although we don't think much of that happened in LA. The family definitely splurged on this beauty of a home, a far contrast to a simple cabin in the woods!

Of course, regardless of where they live, the family is most happy to have Ami with them. Bear Brown recently posted a birthday message for his mom on Instagram, saying he is "blessed" to have her. "Through all the adversity we've faced we still stand together as a family!" he wrote, per People.