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Take a Tour of All the Houses the Roloffs of ‘Little People, Big World’ Call Home

Viewers met the lovable Roloff family for the first time on TLC’s reality show Little People, Big World back in March 2006.

The show introduced fans to now-exes Matt and Amy Roloff and their four children, Jeremy, Jacob, Zachary and Molly, all while detailing their life on Roloff farms including pumpkin season and their daily activities.

Now, all of the Roloff kids are adults and have children of their own — and many members of the reality TV brood have been very candid about their humble abodes. Molly, the most private of the siblings, doesn’t have any social media accounts, so where she lives is a bit of a mystery. However, the other LPBW alums have been more open when it comes to showing off the places they call home. 

As for Jacob, who previously criticized the show, he opted out of buying a suburban home and instead opted to live in a tricked-out van for some time before getting an apartment with his wife, Isabel Rock. They have since moved out of Bend, Oregon, which they announced in October 2021.

As for the twins, Zach and his wife, Tori Roloff,purchased a new home in Washington, just under an hour away from the family farm. Meanwhile, Jeremy and his wife, Audrey Roloff, made the big move back from Los Angeles to be closer to family and settled in Rock Creek, Oregon. In June 2022, the former reality TV couple announced they bought a new $1.5 million house and farm in Hillsboro, Oregon. 

When it comes to Matt, he’s been working on renovating the farm to be better than ever. In August 2021, the TV personality showed the progress on a new barn he was building on the property, just in time for his former flame’s nuptials to husband Chris Marek

Apart from Roloff Farms, Matt also treated himself to a vacation home in sunny Arizona. Admitting farm life in Oregon can be “tiresome,” Matt spends half of his time in the southwest house he shares with his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler

“There’s no way I could be away from my grandbabies for more than a couple weeks at a time,” the father of four explained of his second home via a 2018 Facebook Live. “I do enjoy the heat and the low humidity, so I bought a house down here. It’s kind of an investment property and something to play around with. Instead of going to hotels and staying at different places, I can have one location very conducive to my short stature.”

When visiting their southwest home, the pair’s daily activities include hanging on the back porch, shopping or visiting Caryn’s parents — who happen to live a mile and a half away.

Amy purchased a new home for herself in September 2019 and celebrated her major accomplishment. The A Little Me author bought a five-bed, four-bathroom home in Hillsboro, Oregon for $588,500 and even shared photos from her first Christmas with Chris inside of the abode months after her purchase.

Upon saying goodbye to life on the farm, Amy celebrated her chance at a new beginning in an Instagram post she shared in February 2020. 

“This car of mine #fordescape I love and has been great, and still is, in helping me move and so much more!” she captioned her post. “It’s so doing its job hauling all the things I’m taking from the farm house to my new house. And it’s back and forth and back and forth.” 

“And yes, I’m doing most of it myself — after 30 years — I’m going through everything and oh what memories come flooding my mind of a lot of things that went on in this house raising four kids,” said the reality star. “And I’m thankful I got to do it though it’s been hard and tough purging.

While the Roloff family no longer lives together in their family home, the farmhouse on Roloff Farms, fans were sad to learn that the property would no longer be in possession of the famous family. Matt announced the sale of a portion of the land, which included the farmhouse where the Roloff kids grew up, in May but had a change of heart just six months later. He decided that he would no longer sell the farm.

“I have decided to pull the small farm off the open market and partner with @itrip_vacations and open the @rolofffarms to everyone and anyone who wants to spend a few nights in the Roloff family home,” Matt revealed via Instagram in October 2022. “Fees will be determined by demand and seasons. More information will be forthcoming soon.”

Check out the gallery below to go on a tour of all the Roloffs’ homes.

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