’Little People, Big World’: Matt Roloff Excited About New Project

’Little People, Big World’: Matt Roloff Excited About New Project

Little People Big World patriarch Matt Roloff has unveiled his latest project at Roloff Farms, Molly’s Castle. As fans of Little People, Big World know, Matt Roloff thrives on having multiple projects on the farm at once.

Among his projects in recent years are Grandpa’s Cabin, a barn he built specifically for his ex-wife Amy Roloff’s wedding to Chris Marek, and a sandbox where he buried time capsules for his seven grandchildren.

’Little People, Big World’: Matt Roloff Excited About New Project

In a post on Instagram over the weekend, Matt Roloff shared his latest project that he’s been working on for the past ten years. Matt also included a series of photos of himself and his youngest son Jacob inside the castle. The structure was built for Matt and Amy’s only daughter, Molly, who lives in Spokane, Washington with her husband Joel Silvius.

In the first photo, Matt Roloff and Jacob Roloff posed inside the authentic-looking castle, near a staircase and tunnel enclosed by an iron gate.

Matt posed alone for another photo, showing off the incredible architecture of the castle and its realistic details such as the brick and stone work, flooring, down to the rusty chain locks.

Matt also shared a graphite sketch of the castle’s plans, complete with a moat and drawbridge. Another shot shows the castle’s somewhat hidden location, surrounded by green grass and lush trees, standing alone on the 100+ acre farm.

Matti’s 753k Instagram followers were impressed with his latest project, many of whom suggested he use the castle for a wedding.

While Molly didn’t get to enjoy the castle as a child, Matt’s seven grandchildren will certainly enjoy his latest project at Roloff Farm and perhaps the farm’s annual guests.

Written by Ashley Bennett

Ashley Bennett is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.

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