Matt and Caryn may finally be leaving the farm! According to records exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, the Little People, Big World reality stars purchased a three bedroom, two bathroom home in Portland last summer. Now, Matt revealed the house is almost ready to move into! Click through the gallery to see photos of their new love nest.
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As fans know, Matt was not happy with his current living situation following his divorce from Amy. While Amy kept the family home, he was left with a much smaller house only 500 feet from his ex-wife. "It's tough thinking about spending an eternity here with Amy," Matt admitted. "I don't like the fact that I live in a house that's not a good fit for me. It's not fair for me. I'm stuck at that house."
Radar can confirm the house is not for sale and was purchased by Matt for $489,500 in June of 2017. The house features a cozy living room with a fireplace.
The house is constructed with hardwood floors and a vaulted ceiling. Sunlight covers the home. The property is only a fifteen minute drive to the Roloff family farm — which makes it close enough for Matt to make it to family gatherings.
In last weeks episode of Little People, Big World, Caryn agreed to help Matt invest in property for the two of them to live together. But it seems that Matt was the sole buyer of the Portland property.
The kitchen is made with all granite countertops and decorative cabinets.
The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, with ground-to-ceiling windows.
The bathroom is spa-like in its design with modern features.
The back of the house might just be the best part. A deck with wire railings looks out onto a field of green. Perfect for the two love birds to enjoy a cook out.
Matt and Caryn will also have a private walking trail to enjoy the scenery.
In February, Matt posted a video of the home in the beginning stages of renovation. He revealed he bought the house on an auction and had intended to flip it, but was considering keeping the house. It looks like that may have just happened. It would be a huge adjustment for the reality star, who has lived on the the Roloff family farm for over 25 years.
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