Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have moved out of their Los Angeles house.
The 'Twilight' star couple had been renting a 240-square-metre property in the city's exclusive Bel Air neighbourhood, but had to leave as the owner is putting it on the market at a price of $5.9 million.
Robert, 25, and Kristen, 21, were believed to be paying $22,500 per month to stay in the four bedroom, four bathroom property.
According to the listings the home features a high wood ceilings and hardwood floors, a spa, pool and a gazebo as well as a guest house with its own kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom.
The couple - who play on-screen lovers Edward Cullen and Bella Swan in the vampire film franchise - have reportedly already been renting another house together in Robert's native London, where Kristen has been based recently, filming 'Snow White and the Huntsman'.
The flat they are renting together in the city's Notting Hill area is similarly luxurious, with an open plan kitchen and modern decor throughout, two bedrooms, an open plan living area and a large rooftop terrace, offering fantastic views over the city.
Kristen - who grew up in Los Angeles - has previously spoken of her love for London, in particular the city's traditional English pubs.
She said: "We have bars, clubs and restaurants in the US, but here you go to the pub for the afternoon and you have lunch. In an American publication, that would seem like, 'She's hitting the bars in London!' but it's just a different mentality here.
"I'm a huge Guinness fan and I've had some really good roast dinners. I prefer old-man pubs to Gastropubs, definitely."
Robert and Kristen are also rumoured to be looking at getting a pet together, to join their dog, Bear.