LITTLE People star Audrey Roloff has shown off her rustic fireplace inside her $1.5million Oregon home.
The ex-TLC star shared a video of the fireplace on Instagram after being criticized by fans for flaunting her wealth.
Instagram/audreyroloffLittle People, Big World alum Audrey Roloff showed off her fireplace inside her $1.5million Oregon home[/caption]
Instagram/audreyroloffAudrey captured the relaxing sounds of the burning fire and shared them on her Instagram Stories[/caption]
Audrey, 31, captioned the Instagram Story post, “The best evening sound. Kids dinner table convos and a crackling fire.”
The video showed the Little People, Big World alum holding her hand up to her ear before she panned the camera toward the burning fire.
Audrey focused on the brick fireplace as her children – Ember, five, Bode, two, and one-year-old Radley – could be heard chatting in the background.
In a second fireplace recording, Audrey seemingly bragged when she wrote: “Basically every night from October – May.”
The reality TV star shares her three children with her husband, and fellow LPBW alum, Jeremy Roloff, 32.
The couple was accused of flaunting their wealth as they revealed how they manage their finances in a recent video.
The Oregon natives gave fans tips on “building wealth” amid Jeremy’s twin brother Zach‘s financial struggles.
During an Instagram Q&A session, Audrey was asked how she and Jeremy organize their finances.
The 31-year-old revealed that her “dad is a financial advisor,” admitting, “that helps us a little bit.”
She continued: “And then Dan, Jeremy’s best friend, who is the inventor of Debt-Free Journal, has also helped us a lot with our finances.
“So I’d say we have two people who are really close to us in our arsenal who have helped us a lot with that.”
Jeremy then asked fans which “camp” they found themselves in – whether they “go through life” without knowing much about saving money or if they’re looking to go to the next step of “wealth building.”
The couple’s post comes amid Jeremy’s twin brother Zach’s recent struggles.
Last month, The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed that Zach’s soccer business has been shut down.
The TV star filed a business license in October 2019 for the United States Dwarf Futbol Association in Oregon.
Zach is listed as the registered agent and president of the company.
However, 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.
Audrey and Jeremy have also been slammed for their behavior in the wake of Zach’s recent emergency brain surgery.
Last year, Audrey gave fans a tour of her massive kitchen and displayed the interior of her new home in a bunch of Instagram Stories.
In the first Story, the mother-of-three pointed the camera at her kitchen table with white chairs.
Baby toys such as the teddy bear were piled together on the rug.
Audrey wore denim jeans and a sleeveless T-shirt as she covered her head with a cap.
She asked: “Where’s Bode and Ember?”
Ember and Bode screamed and laughed after their mother discovered them hiding under the large boxes.
After playtime with the kids, Audrey went back to unpacking the other boxes.
The cabinets were left open, revealing all the empty shelves.
Audrey captioned the post: “Unpacking this kitchen…to probably pack it up and unpack again in a few months.”
HOME SWEET HOME
In May, the couple bought a 1979-built two-story farmhouse in Hillsboro, Oregon, for an estimated $1.5 million.
The vast property boasted four acres of green hills and picturesque mountain views.
The farmhouse offered plenty of space for the family with four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The living room had exposed brick and wood paneling.
Above the massive kitchen is a mezzanine area, which could be used as an office.
Jeremy and his wife’s purchase came after his plans to take over the Roloff family farm fell through.
He could not agree with his father Matt Roloff, 60, who decided to put the 16-acre plot of the family’s famous farm up for sale.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the Roloff patriarch has asked for about $4million with the sale of the “original family home and bright red barn.”
Instagram/audreyroloffAudrey and Jeremy Roloff recently provided the former’s Instagram followers with financial advice[/caption]
Instagram/audreyroloffAudrey gave fans a tour of her massive kitchen in her new home last year[/caption]
Instagram/audreyroloffAudrey and Jeremy with their children Ember, Bode, and Radley[/caption]