THE Alaskan Bush People family moved from their home and relocated to California after Ami was diagnosed with lung cancer.
As the family relocated, they left behind their old life in Alaska – and with it, their home.
Who are the Alaskan Bush People?
The Alaskan Bush People are a family living in the wilderness of Alaska.
Since 2014, the family have been focus of their own reality TV show on Discovery, called Alaskan Bush People.
The show follows Billy Brown, 66, his wife Ami, 55, and their seven children as they navigate daily life in the wilderness.
The Brown children include Matt, 36, Bam, 34, Bear, 31, Gabe, 29, and Noah, 26, Bird, 24, and Rain, 16.
They lived near Hoonah, Alaska – or as the family called it, “Browntown.”
Why did the family move?
After Ami was diagnosed with aggressive lung cancer in April 2017 and given just a three percent chance of survival, the Brown family relocated to Washington state.
They purchased a 435-acre home in the North Cascade Mountains, to be closer to Los Angeles so Ami could travel easier for treatments and check-ups.
What happened to their house in Alaska?
The family listed their house for sale last fall on Zillow.
The property is up for sale for $795,000.
Located on Chichagoff Island, the listing describes the home as “a large waterfront parcel in the Panhandle of Alaska.”
The house was listed by the company Alaskan Realty, and was still up for sale as of Friday.
How much is the family worth?
The Brown family is said to be worth $60million.
It’s believed Billy is worth more than $6million, and he reportedly earns around half a million dollars for the show.
His kids, meanwhile, are thought to be paid between $40,000 to $60,000 each.
What is the family up to now?
Bear Brown and Raiven Adams were engaged for two weeks – but called off their wedding and are now in a custody battle for their son, River.
Earlier this year, Raiven filed a restraining order against Bear, while she was pregnant with their son.