Rob and Kristen Moved Out From Bel Air

That Robsten love nest that had so many of you Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart fans in a tizzy is no more.

Relieved much?

E! News has learned exclusively that, after renting a secluded guest house in Bel-Air earlier this summer, lovebirds Rob and Kristen have moved out of the property.

A source confirms that Robsten occasionally crashed at the private pad during breaks from their busy shooting schedules. Pattinson filmed Water for Elephants alongside Reese Witherspoon in Los Angeles in early summer, before spending time with Stewart up in Montreal while she filmed On the Road. Kristen also shot in Argentina and is back to hiding out again.

“They are no longer renting the home,” the real estate agent representing the property confirms to E! News, calling the retreat “a lovely place.”

Robsten’s hang shack was a modern two-story, gated guest house nestled in the woods at the end of a long driveway. The fancy hideaway was complete with full gourmet kitchen, open living area, office, large upstairs bedroom and master bathroom.

The real estate listing for the house lease even states, “For those desiring privacy & serenity there is no equal. One-of-a-kind hideaway.”

Unfortunately, where there’s a will there’s a way for Twi-hards.

Despite the home’s private location, more sources confirm how handfuls of fans and paps would find their way onto the property.

“They didn’t stay at the lake house that often,” a source tells E! News. “It wasn’t as private as they hoped.”

We know we showed the pics from the real-estate listing, and now that we hear R and K have surrendered their lakeside abode for good, big mea culpa on our parts if releasing those sent even more crazies their way.

As for the couple’s current whereabouts, sources say Robsten have another secret L.A. hideaway that fans have yet to uncover.

We’ll never tell where!

(Remember, this is what you asked for, so no complaints.)

Source: E!Online

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