LPBW (Little People, Big World) star Matt Roloff is teasing huge progress on his mansion and dropped a new photo. He’s kept his followers updated along the way, and now, it’s clear that it’s all coming together. Keep reading for all of the details and be sure to check out the new photo he shared.
If you follow Matt on social media, you may know that he’s always working on a project or two at any given time. Recently, the TLC has been preparing for the upcoming Pumpkin Season at Roloff Farms. But he’s also putting in hours on his own personal project.
LPBW star Matt Roloff is working on a stunning mansion.
As we’ve reported, Matt has been working on a mansion for himself and his fiance, Caryn Chandler. The couple is planning to tie the knot next year.
Amid all of the wedding planning, they are building their dream house. At this point, Caryn and Matt haven’t revealed when the house will be complete. It’s no easy task to build a custom home. It will feature a variety of modifications to make it accessible for Matt as well. This home is very well-planned as Matt said it took five years of planning before breaking ground. But it looks like the TLC stars are thrilled with the progress made so far.
See the new picture of Matt Roloff’s mansion progress.
On his Instagram Stories this week, Matt treated LPBW fans to a progress photo. He took it at the perfect time to get the beautiful pink sky in the reflection of the new windows. You can also see the tall pine trees in the reflection.
The home features beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows to provide natural light and fabulous views. The exterior is wood, fitting the vibe of the farm. It looks like there will be an inviting outdoor space perfect for entertaining. Near the porch is a beautiful stone column.
Below, you can see the picture he shared of the exterior. While sharing this snap with fans, the LPBW star didn’t share a caption or any additional details.
Hopefully, Matt will continue bringing LPBW fans along as the mansion construction continues. This is an exciting project, of course, and fans are eager to see how it turns out. Be on the lookout for more progress pictures soon.