Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are ready to ''make some very happy memories'' together in their new home.

The couple, who reconciled earlier this year after a brief separation, have moved into an $11.25 million mansion in Westchester County in Bedford County, New York after selling their old house in the same development where the 44-year-old actress lived during their time apart.

A source told the US edition of OK! magazine: ''The other house held bad memories for Catherine. They're ready to spend some quality time together, and this is the perfect place to do it.

''They plan to make some very happy memories as a family in their new home.''

Their new abode boasts eight bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a spa, steam room, and a gym.

The insider said: ''This home represents a new start. Catherine's missed Michael, and she's looking forward to getting back to him again. They're determined to make it work this time.''

The couple, who have daughter Carys, 11, and son, Dylan, 14, together, recently celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary and are looking forward to a fresh start after Michael successfully battled throat cancer and Catherine was diagnosed as bi-polar.