FORMER Teen Mom OG star Bristol Palin bought a charming lakeside log cabin in native Alaskan that was once owned by her late grandmother.
The Sun can exclusively reveal Bristol, 30, bought the Wasilla, Arkansas property on May 27, 2021 for just $10, according to the warranty deed.
Bristol bought the property from her grandmother Sally Heath, who passed away in January 2021, and grandfather Charles.
Two log cabins sit on 1.62 acres of land near a lake.
The property is appraised for $45,000.
On Monday, Bristol posted a video of inside one of the charming cabins.
The cabin features rustic ceiling beams, a wooden staircase, a stone fireplace and more.
The property includes a stunning lake with a peaceful waterfall.
She captioned the video: “Y’all i cannot wait to make memories w my family on this property 😍😍 (ps, sailor thinks we’re 'rich' because there’s TWO cabins on it, llllllol – please pray there’s not any mice in them tho.. ahh 😅).”
Bristol’s grandmother is the mom of former governor of Alaska and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin.
Sarah wrote on Instagram at the time of her mom's death: “We kissed mom goodbye. For our family, she's always been the best part of our world. Mom lived with such purpose and intention to do good – always – for others. We'll miss her more than anything."
In addition to the Alaska property, the real estate agent owns two homes in Texas, where she lives with her children.
Bristol is mom to son Tripp, 12, from her previous relationship with Levi Johnston, and daughters Sailor, 5, and Atlee, 4, who she shares with ex-husband Dakota Meyer.
Bristol appeared on Teen Mom OG in 2018 after Farrah Abraham was fired from the series.
Her storyline revolved around her marriage breakdown to Dakota, who she divorced the same year she joined the show.
Bristol quit the MTV series after just one season, as she said the show "wasn't a fit” and took away her “peace.”
Now, fans suspect Bristol could be rekindling her romance to Dakota, as the two have been spotted getting cozy while coparenting.
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