LITTLE People, Big World star Matt Roloff’s $4million farm is still on the market after he refused to sell his sprawling property to his son Zach.
The patriarch put 16 acres of the farm for sale for a whopping $4million on May 12.
The acreage includes the main house that boasts five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The newly-renovated home also includes a front porch, six-car garage, inground pool and more.
The property also has the famous big red barn, which has a TV production studio, guest suite, farm stand and gift shop.
Other whimsical features on the property include a pirate’s ship, German-inspired medieval castle, trails and bridges.
The property listing remains “active” today, as Matt hasn’t reached a deal with any potential buyers as of June 23.
The Sun previously reported he spent $2,627,978 in renovations over the last two years.
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Oregon property records reveal Matt spent $1,141,020 in improvements for the 2021 year and $1,089,070 in 2020 for one of the 32-acre parcels of land.
The improvements listed on Oregon property records include renovations made to the main home, which was built in 1914, and surrounding land, a barn built in 1965, farm implement building made in 1990, farm utility shelter built in 2007 and more.
Another parcel of land has $6,239 in improvements in 2021 and $6,906 in 2020.
A third parcel has $137,342 in improvements in 2021 and $147,616 in 2020.
A fourth had $90,086 in 2021 and a fifth parcel had $9,699 in improvements for the same year.
Roloff Farms is a 100-acre farm in Helvetia, Oregon, which is famous for its 36-acre pumpkin patch.
FEUD OVER FARM
On Little People, Big World, Matt has been feuding with his son Zach over the farm after he refused his son’s offers on the property.
The rejection ignited a rift between the pair, which Zach had talked about on the show.
He said: “My dad was definitely encouraging the conversation, [wife] Tori and [Matt’s girlfriend] Caryn [Chandler] came too."
“The north side is the 30 acres my mom and dad shared, and the whole thing was weird, he starts making excuses… suddenly me and my wife are not good enough to run the farm.
“Whether we don't have the money, don't have the skillset… Tori said, ‘It wasn't cool, I never wanna see someone talk to my husband like that ever.'”
The argument has further caused a divide among the family, as Zach opted to take a step back from his duties at the farm.
Zach and Tori also made the decision to move from their Oregon home to their new $1million abode in Battle Ground, Washington.
Jeremy previously put in an offer on the property, which Matt also did not accept.
Jeremy’s wife Audrey wrote on Instagram around that time, saying that not buying the farm was the “death of a dream.”
Fans suspected at one point that Matt and his ex-wife Amy’s youngest son Jacob will take over the farm, as he is photographed there often working alongside his father.