By now, you’ve probably read about the family feud that has engulfed the Roloffs since Matt decided to sell part of his farm.
Earlier this year, the father of four announced on Instagram that he was putting 16 acres of this famous property in the Market.
“It’s time to move on to the next season of life,” Roloff explained in May.
The decision wasn’t easy for the Little People, Big World star — and it hasn’t come without backlash.
Zach Roloff in particular stunned his followers with his father’s public rebuke.
He struck Matt as cowardly and manipulative the way Matt handled this, probably because he didn’t give Zach (or his twin Jeremy) a fair chance to take over the farm.
Matti claimed otherwise.
But Amy Roloff has expressed her disappointment with Matt as well, and the whole thing has simply turned very ugly.
However, we are not here to delve further into this family feud.
For this article, we’ve tracked down the official listing for Roloff Farms—courtesy of Forbes Global Properties—and are instead here to offer rare glimpses of the land for sale.
“The 100-year-old farm has stunning views of rolling hills, green landscapes and coastal ranges, and has an incredibly rich history.” reads the description to the list of the aforementioned company.
“Owned by only three families over the past century, the property sits on 16 acres of fertile soil ideal for growing pinot noir grapes, blueberries, pumpkins and all kinds of fruit trees, including apple, organic, cherry and peach trees. “
As you can see from the pictures above and below, these 16 acres are simply stunning.
The largest farmhouse is 5,373 square feet…with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, five bedrooms and five bathrooms, and a six-car garage.
There is a nearby barn with a studio apartment and its own entrance.
As the website states, “the grounds of the property can best be described as an elaborate fantasyland for children.
“Some of the wacky installations include a full-scale pirate ship, a western town with a jail, bank, sheriff’s office, general store, hotel and blacksmith shop modeled after Knotts Berry Farm, and a German-inspired medieval castle.”
Yes, a western town (above).
And yes, a pirate ship (below).
“I’ve dedicated much of my adult life to creating an imaginative environment for my family full of adventure,” says Matt Roloff on the list.
“I have decided that after more than 30 wonderful years, the timing is ripe to hand over the reins to the next owners of this wonderful property to plant their own roots and watch them grow.”
It is beautiful.
According to our information, the space remains on the market.
Matt still lives on the many other acres of the property – but as you can tell by the end of this listing, pumpkin season is probably over for the Roloff family…
An outdoor enthusiast’s dream, the property also features extensive trails perfect for mountain biking, motocross and off-road vehicles – several acres of green space and seven bridges connecting the estate’s unique amenities.
Additionally, much of the land once home to a lucrative pumpkin patch is well-equipped for a variety of commercial ventures.
The property offers endless possibilities for its next owners, from a horse riding lover to an avid wine maker.
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