The home in Sherman Oaks, CA, reportedly boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms with a pool, fire pit, and great outdoor space for entertaining.
Based on photos obtained by Us, the house also features high ceilings with wooden beams and furniture in neutral tones. The men also decorated their living room with a fun pop of color by having zebra-print throw pillows.
Colton, 29, made his romance with Jordan, 38, Instagram official that same month, in early December.
Colton proudly and publicly displayed his relationship with Jordan on his Instagram Story for the first time just one day after his Coming Out Colton docu-reality series premiered on Netflix.
"Happy birthday to my dog-loving, family man, corn-fed love," Colton captioned a series of photos with his boyfriend.
One image featured Jordan's arm around Colton, who rested his hand on his boyfriend's leg. Both men, wearing T-shirts, were smiling big in the photo with the word "Love" written above their heads.
Colton gushed about Jordan last month, revealing to Us, "I'm happy, I'm in love and I'm in a good position."
By that time, Colton and Jordan had also met each other's families.
"Everything as far as that goes has been pretty smooth... There's still things to work through right now... [But] the friends that I have, the support group that I have has been so helpful and impactful," Colton shared.
Colton and Jordan were first linked in September 2021, when they were photographed kissing and flirting during a romantic getaway to a Four Seasons resort in Maui, HI.
According to an eyewitness, the Season 23 The Bachelor star was "making out and snuggling" with Jordan by the hotel pool, Us reported at the time.
"They were tanning and swimming. They were very out in the open and not hiding their PDA!" the eyewitness added.
Jordan, who lives in Los Angeles, worked on John Kerry's presidential campaign in 2004 and also advised Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's Democratic campaigns in subsequent years.
Jordan is also dad to two 11-year-old daughters and the founder of One Blue Hill, which, according to his LinkedIn, "partners with high-profile celebrities, business leaders, and elected officials to achieve innovative advocacy and philanthropic goals."
Colton wrote on Instagram Stories after sharing the question, "Let me vent for a second. Questions like this are inappropriate."
"I understand you might know me from The Bachelor where I shared a lot about my personal life. I have set boundaries and I'm respecting myself in a way that will lead me to a healthier life."
Colton starred on The Bachelor in 2019 after failing to win Becca Kufrin's heart on The Bachelorette's fourteenth edition. He also dated Tia Booth before and during his stint on Bachelor in Paradise's fifth season, which showed Colton breaking up with the Arkansas native.
After coming out as gay in April, Colton dished about what his life was like behind closed doors prior to appearing on The Bachelorette in 2018.
"I'll say this: I was 'The Virgin Bachelor,' but I did experiment with men prior to being on The Bachelorette," Colton told Variety, before disclosing he had a few sexual encounters with men when he was in his twenties but never had sex with a man or woman prior to his time on The Bachelor franchise.
"When I say 'hookups,' not sex," confirmed Colton, who had met these men under a false name in 2016 or 2017 through a dating app called Grindr.
"I want to make that very clear that I did not have sex with a man, prior to that."
Colton's prior "Virgin Bachelor" label resulted in fans anticipating his Fantasy-Suite decisions on The Bachelor and wondering if he was going to have sex with Cassie.
"I never asked to be labeled as the virgin bachelor and have people feel the security to ask me questions about my sex life," Colton reportedly explained in the spring.
"It just happened and during that time I thought I had no other choice but to just go with it or the network would be mad. I know differently now. I'll share what I want and this won't be one of those things."
Colton previously told Variety that he constantly worried about being "outed" by one of the men he had hooked up with. Colton feared being exposed and seeing his long-kept secret sold to the tabloids.
"I remember feeling so guilty, like 'What the hell am I doing?'" Colton recalled of his gay encounters.
"It was my first time letting myself even go there, so much so that I was like, 'I need The Bachelorette in my life, so I could be straight.'"
Colton called himself "a miserable person living as a shell of a human being" while pretending to be straight for well over a decade.
Cassie, for example, had no idea Colton was gay during their entire year-and-a-half long relationship and only learned his sexual orientation when The Bachelor star came out publicly in April, according to People.
Colton said around the time of his May 2020 breakup from Cassie -- who has since moved on and is happily dating boyfriend Brighton Reinhardt -- a person blackmailed him after he visited a spa in Los Angeles known for catering to gay clients.
Colton told Variety he had gone to the spa "just to look" and subsequently received an anonymous email from a person claiming to have taken nude photos of Colton at the location.
The unidentified blackmailer reportedly threatened to "out" Colton in the press, and so a panicked Colton reached out to his publicist for guidance and support. The first person Colton came out to was, in fact, his publicist.
Colton has said in the press he went through a very dark time following his breakup with Cassie and even attempted suicide one evening.
Colton, who felt "different" at age six and realized he was gay in high school, shared with GMA co-host Robin Roberts, however, that after hating himself for a long time, he finally accepted his sexuality in early 2021 and has never been happier or healthier.