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‘Little People, Big World’ family farm for sale for $4M

It’s the tip of an period for the celebrities of the long-running TLC collection “Little People, Big World,” who’ve formally listed their longtime Oregon family farm for $4 million.

Matt Roloff, the family patriarch, took to social media on Thursday night time to make the announcement.

“I want to make sure you all hear the big news directly from me,” Matt, 60, wrote in an Instagram caption. “All of @rolofffarms has brought me and our family great joy for the past 30+ years! Today 16 acres of the farms [out of the] 109 acres go up for sale including our original family home and bright red barn. It’s a tiny bit scary but mostly exciting… it’s time to move toward the next season of life.”

Pegged as an “extremely rare” property, the 100-year-old farm has been owned by simply three households in that span of time.

The 5,300-plus-square-foot unfold comes with 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths and a powder room on the primary stage. There are additionally twin places of work, which have been known as “Zoom rooms,” for optimum distant work expertise.

Matt Roloff took to Instagram to announce he was selling his longtime home.
Matt Roloff took to Instagram to announce he was promoting his longtime house the place he raised his kids alongside his ex, Amy Roloff.
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The land is a 16-acre parcel out the 109 acres that Matt Roloff currently owns.
The land is a 16-acre parcel out the 109 acres that Matt Roloff at present owns.
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The main property spans over 5,300 square-feet and comes with five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The fundamental property spans over 5,300 square-feet and comes with 5 bedrooms and 6 bogs.
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The front porch.
The entrance porch.
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The great room with high wooden ceilings.
The nice room with excessive picket ceilings.
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The kitchen.
The kitchen.
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Additionally, there’s a six-car storage, an unfinished basement that can be utilized as a house fitness center, and on the second stage is a big bonus room.

Outdoor options embrace a number of entertaining areas, an out of doors pool and an expansive terrace extending off the nice room.

The sale additionally comes with a 3,500-square-foot basic crimson and white barn, which has been used as an office to run the yearly Roloff Pumpkin Patch competition. The barn additionally encompasses a studio condo with a non-public entrance.

A dining area.
A eating space.
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One of two home offices.
One of two house places of work.
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The primary bedroom.
The main bed room.
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Another bedroom.
Another bed room.
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A loggia.
A loggia.
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The pool.
The pool.
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Located 15 miles west of Portland in Hillsboro, the land has a farm stand/reward store and 7 installations — together with a full-scale pirate’s ship, a Western city and a German-inspired medieval fort, all related by a community of trails and bridges, the itemizing states.

“I have dedicated much of my adult life creating an imaginative environment filled with adventure for my family,” Matt Roloff mentioned in a press release. “I have decided the timing is ripe, after 30-plus wonderful years, to hand over the reins to the next owners of this magnificent property to plant some roots of their own and watch them grow.” 

The Roloffs initially bought the house in 1990 for $185,000. If Matt comes wherever close to the asking value, he might be strolling away with a hefty revenue.

Julie Martin, of Luxe Forbes Global Properties, holds the listing.

The red and white barn.
The crimson and white barn.
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A western town installation complete with a jail, bank, sheriff's office, general store, hotel and blacksmith's shop.
A Western city set up full with a jail, a financial institution, a Sheriff’s office, a normal retailer, a resort and a blacksmith’s store.
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A full-scale pirate's ship— one of several installations on the farm.
A full-scale pirate’s ship — certainly one of a number of installations on the farm.
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The expansive grounds.
The expansive grounds.
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A space for an outdoor picnic.
An area for an out of doors picnic.
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A mill house.
A mill home.
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“The old saying location, location, location has been replaced by location, location, lifestyle,” Martin mentioned. “In a post-pandemic era, home buyers are seeking space, privacy and security. This is exactly what you will find at Roloff Farm.”

“Little People Big World” aired its first present on March 4, 2006, documenting the lives of Matt and Amy Roloff who stand 4 toes tall — and who have been married on the time — as they face a wide range of challenges in elevating their 4 kids: twins Jeremy and Zach, and youthful siblings Molly and Jacob.

All of their kids have since gotten married and had children of their own.

Matt and Amy divorced in 2016 after 29 years of marriage. He grew to become the only real proprietor of the farm after Amy offered her share of the farm for solely $667,000 in 2019.

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