Mark off another major milestone for Amy Roloff.
The Little People, Big World star has been undergoing one giant change after another over the past several weeks, from the sublime (an engagement!) to the tragic (the death of her mother).
So... what now?
Roloff has purchased a new home.
Those who have been following the reality star's life over the past year or so must be familiar with how she sold a parcel of her land on her family's farm to her ex-husband, Matt.
Ever since, Amy has been searching for a house away from the farm in which to settle down.
She's been keeping social media followers well apprised of this journey, admitting that she was a bit nervous because she hasn't lived on a different piece of property in decades.
But now Radar Online can confirm that Roloff has bought a residence in Hillsboro, Oregon; she closed the deal on September 27 and she paid $588,500 for the home.
It's located 15 minutes away from the farm, an insider confirms, and sits on .16 acres.
According to Zillow, meanwhile, the average home price in this town is $379,200, meaning Amy likely purchased herself a pretty nice place.
Also of note?
Fiance Chris Marek helped Amy throughout the process, which does make a lot of sense, consdering he makes a living in the real estate industry.
What else do we know about the home, courtesy of this Radar report?
It boasts five bedrooms -- very important when kids and grandkids, we're sure, will often be invited over to stay -- and four bathrooms and it takes up an area of 3,767 square feet.
In September, Amy and Marek announced they had gotten engaged after three years of dating.
Just a short while later, sadly, Amy's mother died at the age of 86 after a lengthy battle with an illness related to a bone infection.
Roloff has been paying her tribute on Instagram in the weeks since, most recently writing of her beloved late parent:
Went to my Mon’s gravesite today. To feel her presence, talk w/ her, pray and be thankful for what her life gave to me. Can hardly believe that it’s been one month since my Mom’s passing and one week since her memorial.
Still feels like just yesterday. Sometimes you just don’t feel or want to move on but you must.
On top of all this personal news, Amy is set to welcome TWO new grandchildren in the very near future.
Daughter-in-law Tori is due with a son any week now, while daughter-in-law Audrey is due in early January.
Between these births AND a wedding to plan AND a move to make, we just hope Amy finds the time to count her blessings and to realize her amazing good fortune.
We have no doubt that she will.