Little People's Audrey Roloff shares glimpse inside living room of rustic $525K Oregon home featuring roaring fireplace

LITTLE People's Audrey Roloff shared a peak inside the living room of the $525K Oregon home that she resides in with her husband Jeremy and their kids.

The couple have routinely posted snippets of their cozy four-bedroom house on social media since they purchased the property nearly five years ago.

Audrey gave her followers another glimpse inside the family's sanctuary in her Instagram Stories as she recorded a clip of Jeremy watching a video on their flat-screen TV.

The TV screen hung above the mantle of a wood-burning fireplace, which was the focal point of the living room area.

Jeremy stood in front of the fire with his arms crossed as he watched intently a video of the band Walk Off the Earth performing a dance cover of Adele's popular hit, Hello.

Audrey shared a link to the YouTube video on her page commenting: "Ok this is one of the cooler ones!"

She continued the Story, zooming in on the screen to point out a leg kick from one of the artists during the song including the caption: "That leg kick gets me every time"

The reality star then scanned the camera around the room, showing her two oldest children watching the video from the couch as she giggled in the background at their mesmerized expressions.

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She accompanied the clip with the words: "Don't mind out house," with a laughing face emoji.

The mom-of-three also added: "Go enjoy with your kids"

Audrey, 30, and Jeremy, 31, are parents of Ember, three, Bode, one, and Radley, who they welcomed in November.


The pair have documented their light and airy home on their Instagram feeds over the years.

They have decorated their four bedroom home in cream and neutral tones, with rustic country touches.

The TLC stars have opted for subway tiles in their kitchen with wooden shelves which hold cookery books and chopping boards.

White countertops and cabinets keep the room looking bright and clean.

Their 2,072 sq ft, 4 bedroom and 2.5 bathroom home was bought for $465,000 in May 2017, according to Zillow.

They have extensively remodelled since the purchase.

It features hardwood floors and has an attached garage.

Cozy fireplaces come into their own in the winter months.

There's plenty of outside space, as the home stands on a lot which covers 6,969 sq. ft.

Jeremy is often seen enjoying the large yard with their oldest child, Ember.


He's been tipped to take over the family's famous farm after it was revealed he expressed an interest in buying part of the land which is being sold by his divorced parents, Matt and Amy.

Amy recently accepted Matt's buyout for her share of the farm and moved out, but he confirmed that the two still co-own a portion of the farm which they hope to sell to a family member.

Matt told fans during an Instagram Live that Jeremy and his brother Zach are the only ones who have "expressed interest in it."

"The ultimate scenario for me is that the twins would take over the farm and work together … but nobody likes to run that pumpkin patch like I do," Matt said on his Instagram live.


In the meantime, Jeremy and Audrey secured their sights on a “cabin in the woods," which they purchased in Bend, Oregon.

The Sun can exclusively confirm through property records that the couple bought the home in September 2021 for $750,000 under a trust and LLC. 

The 2,961-square foot home boasts three bedrooms, four bathrooms and sits on 0.5 acres. 

The living room has hardwood floors and a ''knotty pine'' vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. 

There is also a separate sitting area with a dry bar. 

According to Realtor, the kitchen is described as “grand sized” with white countertops, white and green cabinets, new Kitchen Aid appliances and a kitchen island.

There is an adjacent dining room off the kitchen with views of the backyard. 

The bedrooms have carpeting throughout, as the master has two separate closets and a large bathroom with a sauna. 

The backyard has a grass area for the children to play, as well as a patio area that features a hot tub.

The home is just a 20-minute drive up to Mount Bachelor, which is perfect for skier Audrey, and is blocks away from the Deschutes River.


Audrey posted a photo alongside her husband and their three children in front of the cabin, which was covered in snow. 

She captioned the sweet snap: “Our search for some land to raise our family continues in 2022. Thank you for following us on the hunt and for all your prayers as we continue searching and trusting God’s timing.

“In the meantime we are excited to let you in on our newest project. This dreamy little snow covered cabin in the woods that you see behind us We’ve had our pulse on the Bend area for a while because we spend so much time here. Over the summer we saw this place pop up and Jer immediately flew (since that’s his newest hobby) out there with a friend to go see it. 

“Everything that comes on the market in central Oregon goes so fast… I was super pregnant with Radley so I stayed home. Also not super comfy with the idea of flying with Jer yet. We ended up putting in an offer before I had even seen it in person! We were so pumped when it got accepted.

“This week was our first trip out here to stay as a family and it’s already proving to be a very special winter wonderland escape. I have a feeling we’ll be here a lot this winter.”

She then wrote that fans will be able to stay at the cabin as well. 

The post continued: “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. 

“We’ve got some ideas for how we can design this space to be fun, connecting, and relaxing for families and we can’t wait to share/show you! Stay tuned for the renovation and lots of @jeremyroloff original projects to come. Happy New Year!🥂.”

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