Chelsea Houska sells home in South Dakota privately

Chelsea Hauska


“Teen Mom 2” alum Chelsea Houska sold her home for thousands below its asking price.

Teen Mom 2 grad Chelsea Houska sold her home for $45,000 below her asking price. The sun reported on 25.4.

The couple listed their home for $600,000 on June 2. The sun wrote, citing real estate agents. On July 16, South Dakota residents accepted an offer of $555,000, according to real estate documents cited by The sun.

Even though the couple agreed to an offer below their asking price, that doesn’t mean they didn’t make a profit. The future HGTV stars made more than $100,000: They paid $435,000 for the six-bedroom home when they bought it in June 2018. The sun wrote.

The home is reportedly worth an estimated $509,500 Estate agents. The six bedroom, two bathroom home is 3,466 square feet and sits on six acres.

The sale of the home comes amid Houska’s $3 million lawsuit with her former consulting manager, a company called Envy. The company accused Houska and her husband, Cole DeBoer, of withholding profits they earned through social assistance. The sun and Ashley’s reality summary reported.

The couple deny the allegations against her, their rep told The Ashley.

Houska loves life in a rural area

When Houska and DeBoer bought their home in 2018, one of Houska’s main selling points was how peaceful the home seemed to her.

“Like, just listen” she said in conversation with a “Teen Mom 2” producer. “I know it’s not for everyone, like the whole no-people thing, it’s damn for us. How don’t you find that peaceful? I don’t understand why people don’t want to live wide open.”

“Oh my god. And I want to put a cool tire swing out there and just let the kids go, man.” She said. “If we had friends, we would like to invite them to parties. but we don’t have any, so we’ll enjoy it.”

“That’s definitely the selling point,” added Hauska. “Coming out of here I was like, oh yeah, I can imagine that.”

The home was broken into in 2019 while the family was vacationing in Colorado.

“We discovered that our home was broken into while we were away,” Houska said on an episode of Teen Mom 2, per in touch weekly. “It’s been over a week now and I’m still devastated.”

The house shouldn’t be her forever home.

The DeBoers then bought a lot in Vermillion, South Dakota in early 2020, where they built their dream home. They started an Instagram page to document the process for their fans and called it Down Home DeBoers. The page has since amassed more than 700,000 followers and may have helped Chelsea and Cole land their own gig on HGTV.

In Spring 2023, viewers can watch Chelsea and Cole renovate homes in South Dakota for the show Farmhouse Fabulous.

The whole family will appear on the show

While Chelsea and Cole will star in Farmhouse Fabulous, their four children – Aubree, Watson, Layne and Walker – as well as Chelsea’s father, Randy Houska, and her stepmother, Rita, will also star.

Randy bragged that his daughter and wife were appearing on the same show during an Instagram post.

“In recent years I’ve had a bit of time in the spotlight, always supported by @ritasofyankton Now it’s time to shine” he wrote on April 11th. “Her story includes opening a second store in #CusterSD to get a chance to showcase some of their painting and home decor skills on HGTV with our own @chelseahouska in the coming year.”

“I like to step aside and see women flourish in my life” he concluded. “Life is good.” Chelsea Houska sells home in South Dakota privately

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