LITTLE People star Tori Roloff has given fans a major update on her $1 million Washington home.
Tori and her husband Zach relocated from Oregon back in 2021 and now reside in the four-bedroom, three-bathroom property which cost roughly $944,000.
Instagram/@toriroloffLittle People star Tori Roloff has given fans a major update on her $1 million Washington home[/caption]
Tori Roloff /InstagramTori shared a snap of Zach and their son Jackson posing in the building structure of what will be their shop[/caption]
Last month, Tori revealed to fans that they were building a shop on their land, and now she has given more details about their latest venture.
Taking to her Instagram Story on Wednesday, the mom-of-three shared a snap of Zach and their son Jackson posing in what will eventually be the shop.
Five-year-old Jackson was dressed in a pair of wellie boots and a Nike jacket as he stood next to his famous father with a view of the main house behind them.
Tori captioned the photo: “We have a second story!! (sic),” which confirms there will be two floors to the shop.
She then headed downstairs and took a photo of them both as she looked up at the building structure.
“I love that these two get to watch all this happening! Jackson’s been taking notes since they started,” she wrote alongside the picture.
The exciting venture comes after it was revealed that Zach’s business venture was no longer up and running.
The LPBW star filed a business license in October 2019 for the United States Dwarf Futbol Association in Oregon.
He is listed as the registered agent and president of the company.
However, last week, The U.S. Sun exclusively reported the business is currently inactive as of December 23, 2021.
According to the Oregon Secretary of State’s website, the court administration dissolved the business because Zach did not file the annual report for 2022.
Although Zach, Tori, and their children Jackson, Lilah, and Josiah moved to Washington in October 2021, Zach has not filed a license for the company in his new home state.
He was very much involved in the United States Dwarf Futbol Association before the license expired.
In early December, he played in a tournament in Colombia with his team.
Zach wrote on Instagram: “These tournaments are not just fun but also help elevate the dwarf community’s voice in these countries where disability groups aren’t as recognized still as in say the United States.
“We still have a ways to go in some areas but you realize how far we are ahead once you go to one of these countries.”
And last September, Zach and his teammates traveled to Mexico for a differnet tournament.
The TLC personality even ran a soccer tournament in Washington in July 2022, as his oldest son also played.
Zach and Tori moved away from their family in Oregon after his father, Matt, 61, refused to sell them Roloff Farms.
The patriarch also turned down an offer from Zach’s twin brother, Jeremy, 32, who later purchased his own farm with his wife, Audrey, 31.
The rejection ignited a rift between Zach and his father, which he’s talked openly about on the show.
Tori Roloff /InstagramThe mom-of-three also took a snap of Zach and Jackson from down below[/caption]
Back in February, Tori revealed on her Instagram Story that they were ‘building a shop’instagram/@toriroloffInstagram/ Tori RoloffTori and Zach with their three young children Lilah, Josiah and Jackson[/caption]