It appears Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's makeout tour of New York City is coming to a close. Not only are they leaving NYC, they're ditching the States altogether (can't say I blame them). The pair are reportedly putting down roots in Justin's home and native land. So, we probably won't see them weeping or kissing in public places in the U.S. quite as often as before.

An inside source told Us Weekly that Bieber "needs to get out of the L.A., NYC scene" because it's been so "overwhelming" for him. 

Makes sense, considering the paparazzi follow him and Balwin around 24/7.

"He wants to make his full-time home in Canada," the source added. ICYMI, Bieber grew up in the Great White North.

At this point in his life, it seems he's just looking to settle down with his fiancée and live like a normal person (who happens to have a ridiculous amount of money).

"He feels most at peace at home," the source said.

It's unclear at the moment when the duo plans to make the big move, but they recently purchased a $5 million mansion in Ontario. 

The property is a casual 101 acres, so you know it's super secluded, and has pretty much anything you could ever want/need.

The house has private lake access, heated floors, a two-story temperature-controlled wine room, and a freaking horse track!

Just look at this place! It's a loner's dream.

The inside of the house is just as gorgeous. It's 9,000 square feet with four bedrooms, six baths, three fireplaces, a game room and a movie theater.

TBH, we wouldn't blame the couple if they never returned to America. 

People seem really happy with Bieber's decision and think he needs to find peace, away from the paps.

Apparently Bieber and Baldwin plan on getting hitched "really soon," so the move to Canada seems perfect for them to settle down as a married couple.

They've experienced one hiccup in their wedding planning — someone booked the venue they wanted on their chosen day —but they're not letting that hold them back.

"They want to make sure their day is perfect and exactly what they want," the source told Us Weekly.

No word yet whether the wedding will be in the U.S. or Canada, but here's hoping we get a few photos!