They recently splurged a reported $3.05 million on this sprawling three-bedroom townhouse in a celebrity-friendly suburb of Brooklyn, New York.
Michelle Williams and the late Heath Ledger famously settled in a house there, as did Ethan Hawke, Keri Russell and Hope Davis, to name a few.
Rose, 36, and Bobby’s new pad in Boerum Hill, which is technically a two-family house, has two separate gardens, an open kitchen, laundry and oodles of storage space.
The master bedroom has timber floors and three windows allowing plenty of sunlight in, while glossy white built-in wardrobes will be able to store Rose’s array of red carpet ready outfits.
Rose has two films scheduled for release in 2016, Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising and X-Men: Apocalypse.
She’s also busy with her new all-female production company The Doll House Collective, which she launched earlier in 2015 with Gracie Otto, Krew Boylan, Shannon Murphy and Jessica Carrera.
The other bedrooms also showcase a rustic feel with timber panels along the ceiling, contrasting the arguably more modern decor seen in the kitchen.
A light colour palette has been applied to the kitchen, with bench tops and cupboards appearing a glossy white.
And the tiled floor and brick feature wall add another dimension to the space.
Guests are certainly welcome, as the bottom floor of the house features a guest apartment.
There’s also room for the couple to entertain outdoors, with a timber veranda overlooking the cosy neighbourhood.
There is plenty of space for some tables and chairs, as well as some tiny pot plants to add colour.
Sydney-born Rose and Bobby have been happily dating since 2012 after first meeting on the set of the remake of Annie.
Rose had previously dated Australian actor Brendan Cowell for six years before splitting in 2010.
Boardwalk Empire star Bobby has a 20-year-old son Jake from a previous relationship.