Little People’s Matt Roloff and girlfriend Caryn relax at $375K Arizona vacation home after planning dream farm house – The Sun | #facebookdating | #tinder | #pof

LITTLE People, Big World star Matt Roloff and his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, are taking a break from their dream farm house renovations to relax in their Arizona vacation home.

Matt, 58, and Caryn, 52, purchased the home from her parents in June 2018 for $375,000 following his divorce from ex-wife Amy, 55.


Matt Roloff and his girlfriend Caryn Chandler are vacationing at their Arizona homeCredit: Instagram


The Little People, Big World stars purchased the home in 2018 for $375KCredit: Zillow


Matt posted a photo on Instagram traveling to the stateCredit: Instagram

Last week, the Little People, Big World star captioned a selfie wearing a face shield: “Making a break for Arizona where things are a bit calmer… feeling like things are slowly returning to normal. Especially in some states. #Staysafe #Stayhappy.”

Caryn then posted a photo from their backyard in Surprise, Arizona.

She captioned the photo: “Matt & I enjoyed last night’s desert sunset from our back patio. Today’s temp… 111. Summer Arizona sizzles have arrived!”


The kitchen features corian counter tops and stainless steel appliancesCredit: Zillow


The house has tile and hardwood floors throughoutCredit: Zillow


The home boasts two bedroomsCredit: Zillow


There are two-and-a-half bathrooms in the homeCredit: Zillow

The “charming” home is the perfect escape for Matt, who has been making renovations on his Oregon farm.

The Arizona abode features two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms.

The home has corian countertops, tile and wood flooring throughout, bay windows and stainless steel appliances.

The peaceful patio boasts a built-in gas BBQ, fire pit, waterfall and stunning mountain views.


The home was purchased in 2018Credit: Zillow


The outside patio features a built-in BBQCredit: Zillow


The peaceful abode also has a waterfallCredit: Zillow

The vacation comes after Matt revealed photos of his dream home on the family farm.

He captioned a series of snaps: “After a very productive 3 weeks back at the farm… logs are prepped for new cabin, lawns all fertilized and mowed, new employees hired and trained for summer season, goats and sheep groomed and happy, big house cleaned and painted, birthdays celebrated, grandkids played with… fields plowed.

“New house designed with permits submitted. Farm is under control. New Covid cleaning procedures in place… Now time to catch my breath… before real summer work begins.”


Matt is currently renovating his dream house on the family farmCredit: Instagram


Matt is going for a modern, yet rustic vibeCredit: Instagram


One of the rooms has a stone wall detail and wood-beamed ceilingsCredit: Instagram

One photo reveals a luxurious modern yet rustic home with a wood-beamed ceiling, decorative stone wall, spacious glass windows and expansive outdoor patio perfect for entertaining.

The TLC reality star also showed a stack of logs he prepared to create a small log cabin on Roloff Farms.

One fan asked on Instagram: “Where is the [log] cabin going? Is it for pumpkin season or the grandkids?”

Matt responded: “Both. :))”

Matt’s divorce from Amy, mother of his four children Jeremy and Zachary, both 32, Molly, 26, Jacob, 23, was finalized in May 2016 after thirty years of marriage.


Matt and Amy’s marriage was finalized in 2016 after 30 years of marriageCredit: Getty – Contributor


Amy is now engaged to Chris MarekCredit: Instagram

Amy finally moved off the farm in October after receiving a payout of $667k from her ex-husband.

Caryn has been dating Matt for four years.

She was Matt’s assistant for over a decade before they began dating.


Matt and Caryn have been dating for four yearsCredit: Instagram

Amy, 55, now engaged to realtor Chris Marek, 54, confessed to fans in a Facebook Live session in March of 2019: “We had someone that worked for us for a very long time on our farm. And I believe, and this is all from my perspective—that there was more than just friends going on.

“And I think that evolved to a point where that got in the way of our marriage as well.”

Amy purchased a five-bed, four-bath, 3,767 square-foot home in Hillsboro, Oregon in September of 2019 for $588,500.

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