‘Little People, Big World’ Star Matt Roloff Lists Family Farm And Home For Sale 10 Months After Taking It Off The Market

Matt Roloff is putting his original family home – along with 16 acres of his famous pumpkin farm – on the market for the second time in roughly 15 months. While he has yet to comment on the news, In Touch Weekly confirmed that the house has been re-listed and it’s even getting a new, much lower price tag.

Roloff originally listed the house ‘ for sale ’ in May 2022 for $4 million, but it was taken off the market in October and converted into a short-term rental property. According to In Touch, the house won’t be available as a rental after November 27 – instead, it’s being re-listed on the market for $3.395 million.

The 5,374-square-foot home, which is located Hillsboro, Oregon, features six bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, high ceilings, a living room with a fireplace, an outdoor lounge area, a pool, and a massive kitchen with an oversized island. The listing also includes the red barn, 16 acres of land, and other memorable intricacies.

“Today 16 acres of the farms 109 acres go up for sale including our original family home and bright red barn. It’s a tiny bit scary but mostly exciting. ….its time to move toward the next season of life,” he wrote on Instagram caption on May 12, 2022 – he made the announcement after rumors started on the web.

Five months later (on October 22), Matt Rolof shared another post of him in front of the family home, only this time he wasn’t standing in front of a ‘for sale’ sign – he was standing in front of a ‘Coming Soon Short Term Rental’ sign. He explained his decision to convert the home into a rental in the Instagram caption.

“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,” he wrote. “It’s my hope many families will be able to pull together and have family reunions in this home.”

The home has been used as a short-term rental property for the past nine months and will continue to be used as one for the next three months. What happens to the home after that will largely depend on whether or not Matt Roloff and his real estate team can find someone willing to fork over $3.395 million.

Matt Roloff Pays Tribute to Late Father on One-Year Anniversary of Passing

Matt Roloff made mention of the part of his farm that he is selling in a video he shared on Instagram on August 3.

He also took to Instagram on Wednesday (August 2) to pay tribute to his late father, Ronald ‘Papa’ Roloff. He shared a photo of him at a dinner table with a group of people – including his mother – during a ‘quick weekend trip to Arizona.’

“Mom is doing great and continues to impress us all in her diehard commitment to live independently and continue to do Gods work in all she says and does,” he said of his beloved mother, Peggy Roloff . I have so much fun meeting all the friends she has developed at her complex and getting to know each of them.”

He admitted to having a lot of fun on the trip, but knew it was time to get back to work as he has his plate cut out for him – not only is he building a new house, but he’s preparing for the family’s massive pumpkin season on their farm. Unfortunately, he made no mention of his home and 16 acres hitting the market.

“Now time to race back to the farm and get the Big 95 acres pumpkin patch expansion project into full gear. Between the house and the October pumpkin festival… I’ve got the next 8 weeks cut out for me,” he wrote. “Very thankful for Jacob’s new team to help get this all ready for You first week of October.”