‘Little People, Big World’ stars reveal new farm purchase amid sales drama

The Roloffs on Small people, big world recently dealt with some drama between Matt Roloff and his sons, Zach and Jeremy Roloff. The bulk comes from the sale of the family farm in Oregon, Matt Roloff calling his sons in an Instagram post that prompted a response from Zach Roloff in the comments. Jeremy Roloff has been included in the potential drama, but his latest decision with his wife Audrey and their children lands him closer to his father’s side.

Jeremy and Audrey have revealed a new home which is only “a few minutes” from the family farm and the old house they renovated to put it back on the market. According to InTouch Weeklythe new house was purchased for $1.5 million and expands the living space so that their family members have their own bedrooms in the house.

The couple’s current home is on the market for $729,999 and is much smaller than their modest new abode. The move makes a lot of sense considering the couple’s third child joined the nest in November 2021, but it also raises some eyebrows in light of the Roloff Farms drama.

This decision follows the sale by Matt Roloff of part of the family farm at a high price. The 16 Acres went on the market for $4 million earlier in May, announcing the decision on Instagram. “All [Roloff Farms] has brought me and our family great joy over the past 30 years! Today, 16 acres of the 109-acre farm are up for sale, including our original family home and bright red barn,” Roloff wrote. “It’s a bit scary but mostly exciting… it’s time to move on to the next season of life.” He also talked a bit about his “ultimate hope was that all of the Roloff Farms property would remain in our family for generations to come.

This part of the post sparked drama within the Roloffs, prompting his son Zach to respond to his father’s claims in a comment. “My dad manipulates the narrative right before the season releases. Once again, as he has done for most of his life, he failed to take responsibility for his own actions and blame others. Dragging the family drama he created and then manipulating the fanbase to make himself come out on top.This post is a shocking new low of cowardice and manipulating his family and children for his own gain. “, wrote Zach Roloff.

The family farm played a big role in the plot of the TLC series’ final season, with Zach Roloff teasing a potential purchase of the farm before ultimately deciding to walk away and put some distance in place. Jeremy Roloff took a calmer and closer route, but he also didn’t address any of the controversies. It will be interesting to see if this move adds another wrinkle to the situation.