Scott Disick Buys a $5.96 Million Bachelor Pad Around the Corner From Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

The 32-year-old is staying close to his ex's famous family.

Scott Disick is keeping the Kardashians close.

The 32-year-old businessman and reality TV star bought a $5.96 million mansion in Hidden Hills, California, right around the corner from Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's house and just a few blocks from where Kris Jenner resides, a source close to Disick tells ET.

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According to the source, Disick purchased the brand new bachelor pad at the end of 2015 after searching for "the perfect" place to live for about two months. The seven-bed, seven-bath home also features a pool, spa, wine cellar, Cape Cod-style architecture, a separate guest suite and head-on city views.

Even though Disick split with his on-again, off-again girlfriend, Kourtney Kardashian in July -- which resulted in him moving out of the Calabasas, California, home they shared -- the entrepreneur is staying close to the Kardashian and Jenner family so he can continue to be a father to the couple's three children -- Mason,6, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 12 months.

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"I have asked Scott to move out of the house," Kourtney revealed to her family in an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians that was taped in July. "As much as we've tried so many different things, it's just, this is the last resort. It's really not helping anybody to keep living this way, and I feel like this is what we need to try to hopefully better both of our lives."

"I told Scott that he can come over to see the kids," she continued. "We're trying the best that we can to be a team while living apart."

In the latest episode of the reality TV series, Disick got emotional while offering an apology to his ex-girlfriend and her famous family.

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"I understand that I need to help myself way before I can help her or my kids or whatever," he said, crying. "But it's just been a really hard time going from, like, having all of you guys to having nobody, you know?"

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