THE LITTLE Couple’s Dr. Jen Arnold and Bill Klein have dropped $2.1million on a massive Boston mansion featuring six bedrooms and an outdoor kitchen.
Jen, 47, Bill, 47, and their children, William and Zoey, moved to Massachusetts for her new job at the Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School Teaching Hospital earlier this year.
The Little Couple stars are moving out of their luxury apartment building and into a multi-million dollar mansion.
The Sun can reveal exclusive details on the family’s new Natick, Massachusetts home.
According to the deed obtained by The Sun, Jen and Bill paid $2,138,700 for the six-bedroom, five-bathroom 5,400 square-foot mansion.
The couple took out a mortgage in the amount of $938,700.
Permit records reveal the home was built in 2021.
The real estate listing describes the home as a “farmhouse” on a one-acre lot.
The mansion has an open floor plan with custom millwork, recessed lighting and hardwood floors.
The kitchen boasts white cabinets with a gray tile backsplash, black countertops, stainless steel appliances, a center island, a walk-in pantry and a grilling deck.
The living room features a gas fireplace and custom bookcases that open to the backyard deck.
The master bedroom has a walk-in closet, marble bathroom, double vanity, shower and a soaking tub.
The home also has a balcony, outdoor built-in grill, firepit and three-car garage.
In Touch was the first to report on the new home.
Jen revealed earlier this week that her family was preparing to move into their new home.
She said on Instagram Live: “Today is packing day. Packing up the apartment we have lived in for the past seven months and we are headed to our new house here in the Boston area.
“I feel very blessed to have the opportunity to move into a brand new house. We have it made accessible to us. We’ve done some modifications to the kitchen and bathroom.”
The family was living in a luxury apartment.
The Sun previously reported the largest unit in the complex featured two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a den.
Rent for the apartment cost $3,755 a month.
The kitchen includeed stainless steel appliances, a subway tile backsplash, high-end quartz countertops, a pantry, an island, and more.
The bedrooms featured spacious walk-in closets and plush carpeting.
The bathrooms boasted “spa-like soaking tubs or glass showers,” according to the apartment complex’s website.
The apartment also featured a washer and dryer, 9-foot high ceilings, a private balcony or patio, a garage, and more.
Residents of the community also had access to the inground pool and sundeck, fitness center, conference rooms, yoga zone, fireside lounge, cafe, and more amenities.
The family moved to Massachusetts from St. Petersburg, Florida.
Their previous home sold for $3,640,000 on March 21.
The 5,441 square-foot home featured six bedrooms and five bathrooms.
The eat-in kitchen had white custom wood cabinets, white stone countertops, a mosaic backsplash, Subzero appliances, and a kitchen island.
The kitchen opened to the sun-lit great room that has views of the water.
The house had three floors and an elevator.
The third story had the primary suite with two walk-in closets, a master bathroom, and a second home office.
The outside of the home had an oversized heated pebble-tec saltwater pool and spa, as well as a built-in firepit.
In addition to views of the water, there were also sights of a scenic golf course.
Jen and Bill originally purchased the St. Petersburg home in 2017 for $2.1million, according to Realtor.
RETURNING TO TV?
Fans have been patiently awaiting the return of the reality TV show after a years-long hiatus.
Back in September 2021, the mom of two teased a new season after sharing a photo alongside Bill.
She captioned the post at the time: “Guess who’s back, back again.”
The Sun also previously reported Discovery Communications renewed the trademark for The Little Couple on March 14, 2022, despite the show being off the air.
The trademark was first filed in September 2010.
It is believed the show postponement might have been likely due to the duo’s expensive lawsuit with producers.