Professor Green is selling the £2.5 million home he previously shared with his ex-wife Millie Mackintosh during their three-year marriage.
Professor Green is selling the £2.5 million home he shared with his ex-wife Millie Mackintosh.
The 'Just Be Good To Green' hitmaker has put his London mansion on the market, after having first purchased before he married the 'Made in Chelsea' star in 2013.
Green, 34, and Millie, 28, lived together in the house for three years before their split in 2016, and whilst the musician has been living in the lavish mansion since their divorce, he is finally ready to let it go after having moved on with new beau Fae Williams.
According to The Sun, the gorgeous property in south-east London boasts an incredible kitchen, a dressing room and a recording studio which is completely sound-proofed. It also has four bedrooms, retains plenty of the original Victorian features and the top-of-the-range kitchen leads out to a gorgeous terrace.
To match the four bedrooms in the property, there are also four bathrooms, whilst the master suite boasts a large dressing room, as well as French doors which lead out onto a Juliette balcony.
Green's decision to put his home on the market comes after he recently revealed he had "nothing in common" with Millie's social circle, and claimed living with her in Chelsea was whole different world to him.
He said: "I nothing in common with anyone [in Chelsea] apart from the old eccentrics, who I loved - you know, passing me their spliff outside the pub. And parents who'd actually worked for their lot."
The 'Read All About It' musician also admitted it was tough as he almost felt like he had "to prove himself" to some of her family.
Speaking about how his marriage to Millie gave him an insight into class divide, he added: "In the same way it would if you married someone from a different county, because you learn about their culture, their ways, their history. Yes, because things that are normal to them are completely foreign. I've been in places and felt a bit like a novelty. Meeting certain people's family members and almost having to prove myself."