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Posted at 2:05 PM ET, 12/24/2010

Bristol Palin buys home in Arizona

By Associated Press

Bristol Palin has purchased a home in Pinal County south of Phoenix.

Paperwork shows the daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is the sole purchaser of a home for $172,000, in the Town of Maricopa, in a development called Cobblestone Farms.

The sellers are a North Dakota couple.

The Arizona Republic reports the home was built in 2006 and was purchased for a little under $330,000 at that time.

Real estate Web sites show the house is a two-level, brown stucco with a tile roof and a landscaped front and back yard.

The home is 3,900 square-feet, has five bedrooms, two and a-half baths and a three car garage.

By Associated Press  | December 24, 2010; 2:05 PM ET
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Comments

Why is this news? ARe the Press trying to
put this young lady in danger?
Do we know other daughters of past Governors
Congress or any Politico's daughters house
shopping ? It is a disgrace. Find a puppy to kick, & leave this family alone.

Posted by: ohshush | December 28, 2010 1:28 PM | Report abuse

Good on Bristol. Arizona is a great place to live and so beautiful. Clean air and blue skies,the Phoenix area is good place to raise her child.

Bristol made some money on the TV program. WHy shouldn't she buy a modest home?

If Obama can take vacations in Hawaii, then a Palin can buy a home.

Posted by: WISEOWL1 | December 26, 2010 8:41 PM | Report abuse

I was hoping to get through the holiday season without news of the Palin clan. This is very noteworthy compared to the rest of the news and happenings going on in the world. The Washington Post can always be counted on to bring us unworthy news about the Palins.

Posted by: racam | December 25, 2010 8:32 PM | Report abuse

Sarah Paling preached all kinds of junk about sex before marriage, yet her daughter Bristol Palin became pregnant in high school. Sarah Palin also preached how she made all kinds of good things for the state of Alaska and how that made her more qualified to run for vice president of USA, yet her daughter moves to Arizona.
WE WERE LIED!!!

Posted by: BOBSTERII | December 25, 2010 1:11 PM | Report abuse

VERY very wealthy family. Bought nice house at half price. Smart. Palin family may be worth 50 million by 2013. WOW

Posted by: bulldogss | December 25, 2010 3:28 AM | Report abuse

Come to think of it, if soapm @ 9:14 PM is correct in assuming the Arizona house is an addition to the Palin Family holdings and not solely Bristol's to use as she sees fit, this would be the 5th house they currently own.

There must be some sort of envy of John McCain and his 8 houses underlying this frenzy of Palin acquisition.

One might assume that they do NOT, however, own either of the palaces-on-wheels they have been seen motoring in during several of the tacky "Sarah Paalin's Alaska" episodes.

Posted by: kayjay503 | December 25, 2010 12:38 AM | Report abuse

Not many hockey moms buy houses in multiple states so why not put it in your daughters name...

Posted by: soapm | December 24, 2010 9:14 PM | Report abuse

Hey, not bad for a 20-year-old single mom who's Mom is a multi-millionaire. All about business? What a crock.

Posted by: mjo1 | December 24, 2010 8:29 PM | Report abuse

Hey, not bad for a 20-year old single mom. Bristol is beautiful, brilliant, and all about business.

Posted by: bubbasouth | December 24, 2010 4:47 PM | Report abuse

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