Little People’s Audrey Roloff shows off a messy house with clothes and boxes all over the floor before the family moved to a $1.5million farmhouse
LITTLE People, Big World star Audrey Roloff showed off her messy home as she and her family prepare to move into their new $1.5million farmhouse.
Audrey, 31, and her husband, Jeremy, 32, seem to be struggling to keep up with the chaos at home ahead of their big move.
On Monday, the reality star shared a glimpse of her hectic life at home with a photo on her Instagram stories.
The snap showed the former TLC’s bedroom with the furniture and floor covered in boxes and clothes.
There seemed to be almost no space to move around in the room with the abundance of clothes thrown everywhere.
Audrey acknowledged the clutter in her caption, writing, “And back to that…”
The TV star, her husband and their three children recently returned from vacation with a few days to spare before moving into their new home in Oregon.
Earlier today, she shared a clip of the couple’s closet, which also appeared messy with clothes lining the floor.
She admitted: “Moving in two days, so not the cleanest/most organized.”
However, they will have plenty of space on the four-acre farm they will move into next.
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The two-story farmhouse built in 1979 has four bedrooms and four bathrooms for the couple’s growing family.
They are the parents of four-year-old Ember; Bode, two; and a newborn, Radley.
They bought the property in Hillsboro, Oregon, in May for an estimated $1.5 million.
It is just a seven minute drive from Roloff Farms.
The house also includes a games room, workshop, garage and the potential for secondary accommodation for family guests.
The exterior has some history for Jeremy and Audrey as it offers a view of the trestle where they got engaged in 2015.
In an email newsletter, Jeremy and his wife informed their subscribers of their major real estate move.
“After a two-year search throughout the state of Oregon, we purchased a farm!” they announced.
Their purchase comes after plans by him and his twin brother Zach to take over the Roloff family farm fell through.
They couldn’t agree with their father Matt Roloff, 60, who instead decided to put a 16-acre plot of land owned by the family up for sale.
According to the Wall Street Journal, patriarch Roloff is asking for about $4 million with the sale of the “original family home and bright red barn.”
Zach, 32, also moved on from the loss by buying his own estate in Battle Ground, Washington, where he resides with his wife, Tori, 31, and their three children.