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Back on the market! Inside Professor Green's £2.5million pad as he sells London home he shared with Millie Mackintosh

Mirror logo Mirror 08/02/2018 Frances Kindon

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 13: EDITOR'S NOTE: Images from this event are only to be used in relation to this event. Professor Green attends The BRIT Awards 2018 nominations photocall held at ITV Studios on January 13, 2018 in London, England. © Getty Images LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 13: EDITOR'S NOTE: Images from this event are only to be used in relation to this event. Professor Green attends The BRIT Awards 2018 nominations photocall held at ITV Studios on January 13, 2018 in London, England. Professor Green is shaping up and shipping out of the £2.5million (€2.8 million) home he once shared with Millie Mackintosh, placing the swish pad on the market.

The rapper has stayed living in the four-bedroom house since his divorce from the Made In Chelsea star in 2016.

Made a book of style food and fitness by Millie Mackintosh book launch party © Irish Mirror Made a book of style food and fitness by Millie Mackintosh book launch party But now he's with Fae Williams, it appears the time has come to move on.

Looking at the pictures though, it's easy to see why he didn't want to leave!

a living room filled with furniture and a large window: Credits: Rightmove © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Credits: Rightmove The property in south-east London features a recording studio, a dressing room and a host of original Victorian features.

The state-of-the-art kitchen is all clean lines and boasts bi-folding doors that lead out onto a sprawling terrace.

Decorated in muted tones, the home includes three bathrooms, one of which as a claw-foot bath.

Professor Green posing for the camera: Credits: Getty © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Credits: Getty And the master bedroom us something else, with dual aspect windows and French doors which open onto a Juliet balcony.

Professor Green already owned the house - which once featured on Through The Keyhole - when he met Millie, but they made it their own during their three year marriage.

a large brick building: Credits: Rightmove © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Credits: Rightmove But once things crumbled, she left and set up shack in Notting Hill.

As to what caused the split, friends of the pair cited everything from rows about his partying through to her supposed reluctance to have children whilst still in her 20s.

Professor Green marries Millie Mackintosh © Irish Mirror Professor Green marries Millie Mackintosh "Kids became a big problem. Millie didn't want them any time soon and he did," a source told The Sun at the time.

"It's really sad for Stephen because he's a lovely and sensitive guy who will make a great dad one day. They loved each other but would have these crazy explosive rows."

a tree in front of a building: Credits: Rightmove

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