Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Took a Huge Step in Their Relationship

First comes the haircuts, then this.

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton just got to a major milestone: they're real-estate official. After the quarantine haircuts, the not-so-subtle flirting on The Voice, and the duets (holidayand not), Variety reports that the couple purchased a home together in Encino, a city in Los Angeles's San Fernando Valley.

The home cost a cool $13.2 million and was originally listed at $14 million. The 13,000-square-foot home spans three floors and is situated on a "very private" 1.6-acre lot behind two gates and offers plenty of privacy being completely hidden from the street. The home also includes a huge four-car garage, movie theater, and large outdoor pool and spa with cabana.

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People adds that last year, Stefani sold the $21,650,000 home that she shared with her ex, Gavin Rossdale. That home, with interiors designed by famed decorator Kelly Wearstler, was originally listed at $35 million when it was listed back in January 2017.

Stefani and Shelton are currently quarantining at a ranch in Oklahoma with Stefani's three sons, Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo, and a few family members. The compound is close to Shelton's parents' house, though he told People that he hasn't seen much of them, since he's doing his best to keep everyone safe. The group has been there since Shelton's tour was canceled (along with just about everything else) back in March.

"My mom and step-dad live about 10 miles from here, I haven't seen them since the middle of March except waving from the truck window. That's about it," he said during an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. "We haven't left. I had to cancel my tour, we were in Omaha, Nebraska and we were actually building the production that day and finally just decided — that's when pretty much the bottom was falling out of any of the touring and live events — so we just canceled and Gwen and I immediately came here and we haven't left."

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