The Kardashian-West clan may never have to leave their property in Hidden Hills again once they add a farm to the California compound.

TMZ reports that Kim and Kanye are expanding their $60 million property, which already covers enormous space, by scooping up a $3 million home nearby. The duo is planning to combine the two properties with the land they already own in the area, bringing the entire space to about eight acres. They are reportedly looking to build a self-sufficient, fully functioning organic farm.

"We're told they plan to transform their combined properties into guest homes, a spa retreat, and essentially...a private farm for the kids," according to TMZ. The Wests "are aiming for an organic garden and citrus grove on their grounds to streamline their own farm-to-table dining." 

Kim and Kanye aren't exactly shy about big purchases. The pair bought their Hidden Hills hideaway for over $20 million back in 2014 but didn't move in until further renovations were done in 2017. Ye also bought land in Calabasas for $6.5 million last year.

Kanye's been having a pretty good couple of weeks. After taking his kids trick-or-treating for the Halloween weekend, the Chicago-born rapper's new album Jesus Is King debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Kanye is the only artist not named Eminem to have seen nine consecutive No. 1 albums in a row. And his wife is still supportive of everything he does, despite the critics.