Amy Roloff from Little People, Big World reportedly purchased a new home close to Roloff Farms. The 55-year-old Roloff matriarch apparently finally made a decision on where she’s going to live off of the family farm. During the last season of LPBW, Amy Roloff announced that she had decided to sell her portion of Roloff Farms to her ex-husband, 58-year-old Matt Roloff.
Details surrounding Amy’s new home purchase
Amy Roloff has been looking for a home to purchase for a while. TV Shows Ace previously reported in July that Amy lost out on purchasing a home that she had her heart set on. Amy had actually even put an offer down on this house but was beat out by a higher offer. According to Amy, she had already been looking for a home for more than six months.
The search continued, and Amy Roloff reportedly bought a home in Oregon, according to Radar Online. The Radar report shares the details surrounding Amy’s home purchase. However, no photos of the inside of the home are included, much to the disappointment of LPBW fans. Chris Marek, a real estate agent, as well as Amy’s fiance, allegedly sold her a nearly 4,000 square foot home for close to $600,000.
“The house, which is located in Hillsboro, Oregon, was purchased for a whopping $588,500 on September 27, 2019.”
“Her new house boasts five bedrooms and four bathrooms and takes up an area of 3,767 square feet.”
TV Shows Ace shared just a few weeks after Amy made the new home purchase that she wasn’t going to be living on Roloff Farms for long. If the Radar Online report is correct, Amy will soon be leaving the large farmhouse where she raised her four children. But, Amy reportedly won’t be moving too far away from the 36-acre Roloff Farms that’s been her home for nearly 30 years.
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Amy’s new home is located near Roloff Farms
Amy Roloff said in a Facebook live video that she won’t actually be ready to move until November of this year, at the earliest. Radar also notes that Amy said in a live video that she does plan to move in with Chris before they get married. However, Amy reportedly purchased her new home alone and is reportedly listed as the sole owner on the home’s deed.
The Hollywood Gossip shared that Amy’s new home sits in the same neighborhood as Roloff Farms. In fact, Amy will be living only 15 minutes away from Roloff Farms in Hillsboro, a suburb of Portland, Oregon. Amy often shares videos and photos of herself taking long walks on the sprawling Roloff Farms acreage. Amy also often comments on how much she enjoys nature and the changing seasons on the family farm. When Amy moves into her new home, she’ll only have .16 acres to enjoy — a major downgrade of land to explore.
Amy and Matt’s two grandkids, Jackson and Ember, regularly visit Roloff Farms. Roloff Farms also hosts birthdays and other special occasions. At least, Amy won’t have a distance to drive to attend.
Filming is currently underway for the upcoming season of Little People, Big World. Viewers will more than likely get to see Amy Roloff’s exhausting search for and purchase of her new home. New seasons of LPBW usually air in the spring. So, fans can probably expect Season 20 in the spring of 2020.
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