Little People Audrey and Jeremy Roloff have sold their former Oregon home for $730,000 after buying a $1 million ranch..
The Sun can exclusively reveal that Audrey, 30, and Jeremy, 32, have sold their old four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom Portland, Oregon home.
The couple sold the home for $730,000 and originally listed the property for $729,000.
Audrey announced on her Instagram story that she has decided to sell her old home.
Since then, the family has been settling into their new $1 million farm.
The Roloff’s left their personal style behind in the old space, as their renovated home is spacious, all-white and full of natural light.
A light wooden floor covers the front door entrance that opens to the living room, dining room, kitchen and stairs in a square space.
The living room includes a large open fireplace, and the kitchen has a rustic feel with recessed ceiling lights and a white square tile backsplash.
It sits behind the kitchen off the back hallway that opens to a large backyard.
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The small room was carpeted and the two children had set up a beautiful shelf to store some of their children’s toys and books.
Upstairs, Audrey and Jeremy’s master bedroom features black and white floral wallpaper.
The wooden floor and accent furniture match the theme of the house below.
Their walk-in closet has plenty of storage space, and Audrey and Jeremy were crammed in with an office desk and vanity mirror.
The unique closet even features a small exposed brick fireplace.
A big place
Audrey and Jeremy’s old master bathroom includes all white tile and marble countertops with his-and-her sinks.
The upstairs floor also includes three additional bedrooms, two of which were used for their children’s bedrooms and a nursery.
Their backyard includes a modest outdoor patio and large chopped firewood that kept their indoor fireplaces roaring.
However, the former LBW stars have plenty more firewood to chop as they move into their new properties.
FARM sweet home
Audrey and Jeremy’s new four-bedroom, four-bathroom home offers plenty of space for their growing family.
They are the parents of three children: Ember, four; Bode, two; And the newborn baby Radley.
In the year A 1979 two-story farmhouse in Hillsboro, Oregon, was appraised last month for $1.5 million.
It’s only a seven-minute drive from Roloff Farms.
Inside, the house is a little dated, which should not cause any problems for Jeremy, a big fan of home renovation.
It boasts a spacious living room with brick and wood paneling.
The former TLC stars can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding forest and mountains as they enjoy a night out.
As well as four bedrooms and another reception room, there is also a games room which is large enough to accommodate a table.
Outside, an expansive courtyard offers a breathtaking view of the Trestle Bridge where Jeremy and Audrey got engaged in 2015.
The house sits on four acres of land and also has a workshop, garage and the potential for an additional living unit for family guests.
In an email newsletter, Jeremy and his wife told their followers about significant real estate activity.
“After two years of searching all over the state of Oregon, we bought a farm!” They announced.
Jeremy and his wife’s purchase came after he and his twin brother Zach’s plan to take over the Roloff family farm failed.
They couldn’t agree with their 60-year-old father, Matt Roloff, who instead decided to put the family’s 16-acre property up for sale.
The Roloff patriarch is asking for $4 million with the sale of the “original family home and bright red barn.”
‘ are you crazy!’
Matt’s decision to raise the value of the land creates tension with Amy, who he was married to from 1987 to 2016, in the season finale of Little People, Big World.
The father-of-four has been at loggerheads with his 32-year-old twin sons, Zach and Jeremy, after failing to reach a financial agreement over the sale of the farm.
“I think you’re crazy or something,” Amy said at the end. I do not know the details of the negotiations with the two children. At the price, the kids can’t afford this.
“The good news is there are 93 acres for this family,” Matt replied.
Amy replied, “No, there are 93 acres for Matt Roloff. He is no longer part of the family.
In Little People, Big World, Matt has been arguing with his son Zach over the farm after he turns down his claim on the property.
Zac’s rejection of what he said on the show caused a rift between the pair.
He said: “My father certainly encouraged the conversation. [wife] Tori and [Matt’s girlfriend] Karin [Chandler] has come.”
“In the north, my mother and father shared 30 hectares of land, and the whole thing was strange, he started making excuses… Suddenly my husband and I were not enough to run the farm.
“We don’t have the money, we don’t have the talent… Tori said, ‘It wasn’t great. I never want to see someone talk to my husband like that.'”
The argument splits the family as Zac chooses to take a step back from farming.
Zach and Tori have made the decision to move from their home in Oregon to their new $1 million mansion in Battle Ground, Washington.