Teen Mom Chelsea Houska secretly sells South Dakota home for $45K UNDER asking price amid $2M legal war

TEEN Mom 2 alum Chelsea Houska has secretly sold her former South Dakota home featuring six acres of farmland and stunning country views for $45,000 under asking price. 

Listing the home comes after Chelsea, 30, and her husband Cole DeBoer, built their dream farm home that they moved into in December 2020. 

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The parents of four listed their home for $600,000 on June 2, according to Realtor.

The Sun can exclusively reveal the home sold on July 16 for $555,000, as real estate records just became available.

Though they sold the house for under their asking price, the former Teen Mom 2 stars still brought in a profit, as they bought the house for $435,000 in June 2018. 

INSIDE THE COUNTRY HOME

The 3,466 square-foot home boasts six bedrooms and two bathrooms. 

The kitchen features white-antique cabinets with white and brown countertops. 

The kitchen also has stainless steel appliances, a center island and walk-in pantry.

Chelsea and Cole updated the floors with hardwood throughout the entire home when they moved in. 

The laundry room has plaid walls.

The kitchen opens to the patio area overlooking six acres of land. 

The property also has outbuildings, as Chelsea had pigs, goats and more animals, and an over-sized garage.






'PEACEFUL'

The country home was featured on episodes of Teen Mom 2. 

On the show, Chelsea and Cole expressed their excitement over closing on the home, as she was expecting her daughter Layne, 2, at the time. 

She said on the show of the stunning view: “I know it’s not for everyone, the whole no people thing, it’s for us. How don’t you find this peaceful? I don’t understand how people wouldn’t want to live wide open.”

But in 2018, the home was robbed while they were on a family vacation in Colorado.

Chelsea was so shaken up by the incident that she stayed at her mother’s home weeks after the robbery. 

DREAM HOME

Chelsea and Cole bought a plot of land in Vermillion, South Dakota and began building on it in early 2020. 

The couple updated fans on the building and decor process.

The farmhouse has hardwood floors throughout. 

The kitchen has white cabinets with a black island for contrast, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.

The living room has a black brick fireplace and ceiling-length windows. 

The home has a modern farmhouse vibes throughout.  

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HEADING TO HGTV

Chelsea is mom to Aubree, 12, with ex-boyfriend Adam Lind, and shares Watson, 5, Layne, 3, and Walker, 1, with husband Cole. 

The family left Teen Mom 2 last season, as Chelsea has been focusing on her decor company Aubree Says.  

The home-building process inspired the stars' new HGTV show Farmhouse Fabulous, which they announced in February.

The series, which is set to debut in 2023, will follow the couple as they help families renovate their homes.

They have already started filming for the series.

$2million Lawsuit

Chelsea and Cole were sued by consulting company Envy for $3million for allegedly withholding money made from social media promotions. 

Chelsea and Cole responded to the lawsuit by filing a counterclaim in May 2020, alleging Envy actually withheld over $150,000 from them. 

The Sun can exclusively reveal mediation has been scheduled for April 22.

A letter to the judge on behalf of both parties that was obtained by The Sun read: “The parties remain optimistic that they will be able to resolve this dispute through mediation and will promptly report to the Court whether the mediation was successful.”




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