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Inside Amy Duggar's $559K Arkansas mansion featuring wine bar & outdoor fireplace as she moves on from family drama

AMY Duggar and her husband, Dillon King, live in a $559,100 Arkansas mansion featuring a wine bar and an outdoor fireplace, as they move on from family drama.

Amy, 35, and Dillon, 34, began renting the mansion for $2,850 a month on November 23, 2021.


The house is 3,450 square feet, and boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

The family room features hardwood floors and a stone fireplace with multiple windows to let in natural light.

The kitchen boasts granite countertops, brown wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a kitchen island and a seating area for dining.

There is also a bar with a wine cooler and racks, despite the Duggar family's strict no-drinking rule.

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The master bathroom has a similar design aestetic as the kitchen, as there is also a jacuzzi tub.

The bedrooms have carpeting for a cozy feel.

The backyard features a covered patio with a barbecue area and fireplace.

Other amenities include a massive garage.

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MOVING ON

Amy and Dillon announced the move in November, as they posted with their son Daxton, 2, in front of the home.

Amy has also given glimpses inside the house on her Instagram.

In November, Amy followed Daxton while he played with a suitcase.

While taking to her Instagram Stories, Amy showed off the cream-painted walls, a sectional gray couch, a rug and wooden coffee table in her family’s living room.

Daxton then led Amy’s Instagram followers into their kitchen.

Numerous boxes were dispersed throughout the home at the time, with Amy explaining that she and her husband are still working to unpack their belongings following their move.

The clothing store owner made her way throughout the house, explaining: “We moved a couple months ago, so there’s still some boxes.”



THE BIG MOVE

Back in November, The Sun exclusively revealed that Amy and Dillon sold their Arkansas house for $350,000 on November 18, 2021.

According to Arkansas property records exclusively obtained by The Sun, the home was first listed in June for $426,000 with five price drops until the house was eventually sold. 

The abode featured three bedrooms and three bathrooms. 

The kitchen was newly remodeled with black granite countertops, white cabinets, an island, mosaic backsplash and tile flooring. 

The living room featured a fireplace, while the dining room has a nook. 

Two of the bedrooms were described as “oversized” with “massive walk in closets” and are adjoined by a Jack and Jill bathroom, according to Realtor. 

The home also had a studio apartment with a living space, kitchenette, bathroom and third bedroom.

Amy and Dillon bought the home in 2017 for $130,000. 

The Duggar cousin previously revealed the move on her Instagram, writing: “So many reasons to smile today!!

"Thank you to @randyodglen Odglen for such an easy and stress free closing today!! Here’s to a new chapter!!🔑”

JOSH'S VERDICT

Amy has been outspoken about her cousin Josh's legal trouble.

Josh, 34, was found guilty of possessing and receiving child pornography on December 9 after his arrest in 2021. 

His sentencing has been scheduled for May 25.

Amy has been estranged from the Duggar family, as she has refused to follow their strict rules.

She remains close with Jim Bob and Michelle's daughter Jill, who has also rebelled from the famous family.

SLAMMING JOSH

Earlier this week, Amy made a plea to Josh's wife Anna, who is the mother of his seven young children.

She captioned a photo hugging Anna from Amy's wedding to Dillon: "Anna, I feel for you. No woman wants to be in your shoes. You’re faced with an impossible decision and you’re being surrounded by the wrong kind of support.

"You’ve been taught since you were a child that marriage is forever and you prayed for God to send you a partner. You’ve constructed a life and a family with him. You didn’t choose any of this, and your kids certainly didn’t either. I’m not coming after you with some sort of tough love thing. This is what’s simply on my heart and I can’t help but to express it."

She continued: "If no one else in your life is saying it, I need you to understand that there is no shame in divorcing Josh.

"Someday your kids will be old enough to understand what kind of guy their father really is. You can’t protect them from the truth for forever!

"I’m saying all of this publicly so that when they do grow up, they will also know that they had family members shouting from the rooftops that they were worth protecting all along. Your children look up to you so much… Please be the role model they need in their life."

She then said that she and her husband are "more than willing" to help.

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Amy ended the caption: "Josh has chosen how history will remember him. By staying and supporting him you’re allowing him to choose that for you, too. And I know standing up to all of this seems impossible now, but as a Mama, your instinct to protect your kids always has to be stronger than your fear.

"The only people you would upset by leaving are the ones willing to sacrifice you and your children’s safety to protect Josh and his secrets."


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