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Inside the Duggar Family's Massive Compound of 19 Kids

This morning The Today Show aired a segment about the gated Arkansas compound that Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar had built for their family of 21. The Duggars, stars of the TLC reality show 19 Kids and Counting, had intended the project to last a year from start to finish but were surprised when it took four times that; their custom house has a 2,000-square-foot great room, a mail room, a pantry the size of a small NYC bodega (holding $3,000 worth of groceries per month), a dining room table that seats everyone at once, and, shockingly, only four bedrooms. In other words, the Duggars may be one of the largest nuclear families in the country, but their pad isn't even close to the country's largest home. Watch the video clip below.

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The Pantry:

The Mail Room:

· Making a Duggar-sized breakfast [The Today Show]