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Following a headline-making mental health crisis on Nov. 21 that saw him hospitalized for nine days, Kanye West is slowly but surely getting back into the swing of things.

As he recovers, he's reportedly started working on new music and was even spotted on a bike ride with friends and visiting an art exhibit in recent days.

But it turns out he's also been overseeing more renovations on the $20 million Hidden Hills, California, home he and wife Kim Kardashian West bought back in 2014.

According to a new report from TMZ, since the rapper, 39, cancelled his Life of Pablo tour, he's been using his recovery time to focus on perfecting the sprawling property that he and Kim, 36, have never even lived in.

Sources close to Kanye told TMZ that over the last week, he's been working closely with contractors on the project and that the latest update he's ordered involves expanding the master bedroom.

"We're told 'Ye blew out an entire wall to add on a space that looks way bigger than the average NYC apartment -- and he's not done yet," TMZ wrote.

The Hidden Hills mansion -- which is more than 20,000 square feet and growing -- is also being readied for the installation of a full state-of-the-art music studio.

But that's not all the luxury estate will soon boast.

Back in September, TMZ reported that the five-acre compound property -- which has been under renovation for more than two years -- would also have a two-story playroom for Kim and Kanye's kids North, 3, and Saint, 1; a gigantic gym and basketball court; a hair salon; a full spa with a facial and massage room; and a full-size movie theater with a Dolby sound system.

The couple also owns a renovated home in Los Angeles' Bel Air neighborhood, though Kim has reportedly also been living with mom Kris Jenner after she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris in October.