Home sweet home. Rob Kardashian is resting a little easier these days. In fact, a whole lot easier.
The coming-out-of-the-woodworks former reality star has purchased his own house, according to TMZ, and he's within a rock's throw of his sister's and mom's homes.
The website is reporting that Rob bought a 4,256 square foot crash pad in a gated community in Calabasas, a ritzy community about 45 minutes from Los Angeles where the Kardashians live.
Rob reportedly paid $2.285 million for the four-bedroom home, which he closed on last week.
Rob's mother, Kris Jenner, allegedly helped with the purchase, which is under the family trust.
TMZ said that one of the selling points for Rob was the kitchen, which has a huge center island and breakfast nook.
There are a lot of familiar faces in Rob's neighborhood. In fact, the community may feel like the Kardashian-Jenner family is taking over. Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Khloe's estranged husband Lamar Odom all have homes nearby. Kim Kardashian and Kanye's West's under-construction home is up the road just a bit more, as is Kris' home.
Rob had been living with Khloe for years, but he has essentially been living with his girlfriend Blac Chyna for a few weeks.
The lone male of the Kardashian brood had shunned the limelight ever since Kim and Kanye's wedding in May 2014. Multiple reports said he didn't want to be seen as he struggled with his weight.
The source, though, said Chyna has does wonders for Rob's waistline.
Since the duo started dating, Rob has taken some serious strides to improve his health, including cutting out fast food from his diet and putting in extra workout sessions in the gym. It's reported that Rob has dropped around 40 pounds.
Several weeks ago Chyna told a TMZ cameraman that Rob had been sticking to a diet of chicken, spinach and a lot of veggies. Chyna said she's making Rob cut back on carbs and red meat, as well as eliminating fast food from his diet.
Rob has reportedly been working out five days a week and he and Chyna observe the "no cheat days" rule.