How much is the worth of Matt Roloff farm

Reality TV fans may be interested to know about the farmhouse seen in so many episodes of the TLC series "Little People, Big World"

Little People, Big World is an American reality television series chronicling the lives of the six-member Roloff family farm near Portland, Oregon.

The show follows the daily lives of the Roloff family parents Matt and Amy, and their four children 3 sons and a daughter.

Zach, Jeremy, Molly, and Jacob. Matt, Amy, and Zach have dwarfism, while Jeremy, Molly, and Jacob are of average height.

The owner and series star Matt Roloff was asked the price and it was $4 million, as recently reported by the Wall Street Journal.

It is a 109-acre pumpkin farm and the house at the center of it in Helvetia, Oregon is where Matt and ex-wife Amy Roloff raised their four kids.

Roloff says he wants "to start to scale back a little," and he's listed the house along with a 16-acre parcel of the land

The Roloffs bought their first 33-acre parcel of this land in 1990 when they paid $185,000 for it and it continued to grow.

The viewer can see how Roloff Farm looks like it is also shown in the "Little People, Big World" many times.