By Jon Boon – Radar Reporter
As new photos surfaced Thursday on the web showing Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart kissing by the pool at her new L.A. home, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that it was RPattz himself who had a helping hand picking KStew’s new posh pad.
The 26-year-old Cosmopolis star assisted his Twilight co-star in choosing the sprawling Los Feliz mansion because he wanted her to live close by.
However, despite offering her property advice, he didn’t want Kristen, 22, moving back in with him. Robert still wants his own space while he tries to overcome his own trust issues.
“Kristen loved living in Los Feliz and found a few properties she absolutely loved. But she needed a second opinion and asked Robert for his advice.
“Robert, being the nice guy he is, told her which property to buy, and it just so ended up being the one she bought.
“Torn between letting Kristen go and trying to make their relationship work again, Robert told her he didn’t want her to be far away. But he was quick to also say, he didn’t want them to live together while they were trying to sort out their differences.
“Robert wants his own space and wants to take it very slowly to see if their relationship is repairable,” the source divulged.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Kristen added to her property portfolio by splashing $2,195,000 on a Los Feliz abode just a mile and a half away from Robert.
The 22-year-old Twilight star purchased the hillside mansion in August, soon after reports of her affair with her married Snow White and the Huntsman director surfaced.
Built in 1957, the 3,045-square-foot home has 4 en suite bedrooms, while the master bedroom has a living room and a terrace.
The lavish property offers privacy by being hidden behind high walls. It is surrounded by tropical landscaping and has a beautiful view of the east Los Angeles skyline. Kristen’s new house is also perfect for alfresco dining. Outside there are several large patios, a pool with a spa, terraced gardens, as well as a fire pit for those cold winter nights.