Rob Kardashian ready to move into luxurious eight-bedroom property in Los Angeles

According to media, the star was spotted seeing an eight-bedroom property in Encino, LA, worth $6.9million.

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Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna
Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are a couple again. REUTERS

Post his split with Blac Chyna, it looks like Rob Kardashian is ready to move on with his life. Reportedly, the reality show star is planning to move out of his half-sister Kylie Jenner's house, which he has been renting since December. Media reports also stated that the star was spotted seeing a luxurious eight-bedroom property in Encino, LA, worth $6.9million from an estate agent.

Daily Mail stated, "The property has a stunning sea-side view with five bathrooms, guest house, swimming pool and a hot tub. Interestingly, the property is located close to Blac Chyna's house, where she stays with his four-month-old daughter Dream."

Meanwhile, Rob made a rare appearance on Monday night at his family's outing to the movies. A report on entertainment Online described, "Rob kept a low profile in his usual uniform of a pair of black sweatpants, black sweatshirt, and a black baseball hat. He paid tribute to his brother-in-law, Kanye, by wearing his pair of Yeezy sneakers."

However, there has been contradictory reports over the past few weeks on Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian giving their relationship a second chance. Sources close to the couple revealed that the Kardashian family is trying to convince the couple and bridge the gap. Rob is unable to cope up with the breakup, which has taken a toll on his health. Despite all their differences, Rob Kardashian proved his love for Blac Chyna once again by sharing her cosmetics company's new Lashed ad on his Instagram account.

The couple got engaged last April and has a daughter. In December, Rob uploaded a Snapchat video saying that his house is vacant and Blac has moved out with baby Dream. Though the couple is getting ready for a custody battle, there are also report that Blac and Rob have worked out an "informal custody arrangement" to sort the issue amicably.

This article was first published on March 16, 2017