‘Little Individuals, Huge World’ farmhouse hits the marketplace for $4 million


Matt Roloff, a star of the TLC collection “Little Individuals, Huge World,” is promoting the Oregon farmhouse the place he and his ex-wife Amy Roloff raised their 4 youngsters. Based on Julie Martin, itemizing agent for Lux Forbes International Properties, he’s asking $4 million for a 16-acre parcel that is part of his roughly 109-acre pumpkin farm.

Matt Roloff in 2019.


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“It is sufficient now that I am 60,” stated Mr. Roloff. “I need to begin scaling again a little bit bit.”

“Little Individuals, Huge World” describes the lifetime of the Roloff household; Mr. Roloff, his ex-wife and one in all their youngsters have dwarfism. Roloff divorced in 2016 and Ms. Roloff was purchased out of 109 acres in 2019. Ms Roloff didn’t reply to a request for remark.

Mr Roloff stated he plans to construct one other home on a part of the farm he has stored, and can proceed to develop pumpkins on it. He stated he would divide his time between the farm and his dwelling in Arizona.

Based on Ms. Martin, the farm is positioned simply exterior Portland within the rural neighborhood of Helvetia. The home is unfold over an space of ​​5,400 sq. toes. The parcel on the market additionally contains varied playgrounds constructed for the Roloff youngsters, who are actually adults. One features a 40-foot-tall pirate ship with captain’s quarters, a foremost deck and bunk beds, Mr. Roloff stated. The kids’s playhouse, roughly the dimensions of a small home, was impressed by a fortress they noticed throughout a visit to Europe.

The reproduction of an outdated western city homes all the pieces from a financial institution and jail to a put up workplace and barbershop. The buildings are the dimensions of small bedrooms, Mr Roloff stated, with secret passageways that result in tunnels he constructed beneath them. Mr Roloff additionally created a duplicate of a mountain vary with hills and valleys. Between the mountains, he planted timber and added trails, a bridge and a small recreation cabin, Mr Roloff stated.

There’s additionally a barn of about 3,600 sq. toes that has been transformed into workplace area and has a one-bedroom residence, Mr. Roloff stated. He stated the parcel by which pumpkins had been beforehand grown additionally features a former reward store. He has since moved pumpkin operations to the opposite aspect of the farm, however stated the soil on the parcels on the market can nonetheless develop pumpkins and different crops if the brand new proprietor needs to take action.

Roloff purchased the primary practically 33 acres of farmland in 1990 for about $185,000, Mr. Roloff stated, and has bought adjoining properties over time.

“Little Individuals, Huge World” has been operating since 2006 and can air its twenty third season later this month.

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