Stormzy Is Ditching Thornton Heath For This SW London Hotspot

Stormzy, the Brit Award-winning grime star, is thought to be ditching his home turf of Thornton Heath for South-West London.

The hip-hop artist was spotted on a house hunting mission in Putney and Chiswick.

According to the Evening Standard, he recently viewed a four-bedroom church conversion in Putney Park Avenue.

The property has a 30 ft vaulted reception room, a master suite featuring a dressing area and en suite bathroom with modern shower and roll-top bath.

It has a private sunny garden with a detached studio room – perhaps somewhere for Stormzy to write his songs?

Priced at £2 million with, the house is on the edge of Putney, close to the village atmosphere of Barnes.

The Gang Signs & Prayer performer was also spotted visiting new luxury development 500 Chiswick High Road, which has 59 flats, seven penthouses and five townhouses, priced from £440,000 to £2.65 million.

Developed by Redrow, many of the penthouses feature terraces with skyline views, ideal for outdoor entertaining.

Features include comfort cooling, oversized internal oak veneered doors, Miele kitchen appliances and a sous chef warming drawer.

All of the homes are furnished with engineered oak veneer flooring, fitted wardrobes and underfloor heating.

Stormzy’s debut album, Gang Signs & Prayer, was released on 24 February 2017 and was the first grime album to reach number one on the UK Albums Chart.

In February 2018, Stormzy performed a freestyle at the Brit Awards, calling out Theresa May for her perceived inaction in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire the previous year.

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