See Audrey and Jeremy Roloff’s Stunning $700K Renovation On Oregon Farmhouse

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Jeremy and Audrey Roloff have spent a lot of money renovating their new home in Hillsboro, Oregon. 

The Little People, Big World couple moved to Oregon after Matt Roloff refused to sell his son’s part of land on the Roloff farms, which he eventually placed on the market. Jeremy, 32, and Audrey bought their new home in May 2022 for $1.5 million and moved into the home in August.

As per The U.S. Sun, since purchasing the home, the couple has spent nearly $700,000 on renovations. The Washington County Assessors’ office states the exact amount they spent was $694,570 on improvements on the yard, main home, and farm. 

The home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, which is enough room for their three kids, Ember, 4 Bode, 2, and newborn, Radley. The two-story house is only a seven-minute drive from the Roloff Farms. The outside features an expansive patio with a view of the trestle bridge where they got engaged back in 2015.

When they moved in, Audrey, 31, said the home was a fixer-upper and that she and Jeremy were planning to make several renovations. She posted on her social media saying, “When you buy a fixer-upper on some land with three young children it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the ‘to-dos.” 

The TLC star added, “We’ve got a lot of work to do to bring our vision to life, but Jer and I are excited to finally have some space to get our feet dirty (literally) and bring our dreams of using land into reality.”

The news of their renovations comes amid reports that Audrey’s company, AUJPOJ LLC, was dissolved by the state in September 2022 after she failed to file an annual report. Audrey and Jeremy also bought another home in Bend, Oregon in September 2021 that they have plans to turn into an Airbnb cabin.

Audrey Roloff

The 2,961 square-foot cabin has three bedrooms and four bathrooms and sits on 0.5 acres of land. Audrey announced the purchase with a beautiful photo of her, Jeremy, and their three children in front of the cabin. In the post, she wrote that fans can also stay in the beautiful spot soon.

“We hope this cabin can be a place where our family and yours come to create memories, play in the river, explore the lakes, bike the trails, shred the mountain, and snuggle up by the fire while watching the snow fall.”


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