Matt Roloff turns Roloff Farms ‘big house’ into a short-term vacation rental: ‘Think Airbnb’

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Calling all Small people, big world Fans! The famous “big house” of the Roloff family is officially transformed into a short-term rental.

Matt Roloff61, announced the news in a instagram post on Sunday, revealing that part of Roloff Farms he had put on the market in May will now be transformed into an Airbnb-style travel destination.

“I have decided to take the small farm off the open market and partner with @itrip_vacations and open it @rolofffarms to anyone and everyone who wants to spend a few nights at the Roloff family home,” Roloff wrote in the post.

The 16 acres of land and 5,373 square foot farmhouse are part of the sprawling Oregon estate that was featured on the hit TLC show.

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Matt Roloff closes airbnb

Matt Roloff closes airbnb

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He also explained that the cost of reservations will depend on demand and the season, adding that “more information will be available soon”.

“Needless to say, we’re scrambling behind the scenes (along with managing the busy Pumpkin patchwork) to convert (refurnish) the house so it’s ready for its first guests,” he says. “We realize that #staycations style houses are not for everyone, but I hope many families can gather and have family reunions in this house.”

In the post, he also teased the possibility of having a Roloff family reunion in the ‘old house’ which would include his twins. zack and Jeremyboth 32 years old, daughter Molly29 years old and son Jacob25 years old — whom he shares with his ex-wife Amy Rolloff.

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PEOPLE confirmed that the 16-acre property was listed for sale for $4 million in May.

Of the decision to list the property, Matt told PEOPLE at the time: “Being 60 last October really gave me pause. I’ve owned, created and worked the land for over 32 wonderful years, but it’s time to lighten my load. He also noted that the original plan was to sell a small portion of the farm and keep the remaining land for other businesses.

“Our north side is 16 beautiful acres that are ready for new ownership,” he said. “Luckily, there are still 93 acres left to continue the Roloff legacy! That’s plenty of acres for the imagination and fun for the grandkids, and I can’t wait to show everyone what he’s got.” is on the new drawing board.”

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Listing the land and the farm caused conflict within the family, especially between Matt’s girlfriend Caryn Chandler and his son Zach. The tension was documented on the final season of Small people, big world.

“I went back and forth to figure out exactly what to do on the north side of the farm,” Roloff said in a trailer for the season. “This process has been filled with emotion and anger. But now I have this new plan. If it goes as I hope, I think life on the farm will change forever.”

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