HE is one of the biggest music stars in the country and when Stormzy isn’t tearing it up on stage, he’s chilling in his London town house.
The 29-year-old, who has recently reunited with Maya Jama, lives in a stunning modern home in the wealthy borough of Chelsea.
Stormzy and Maya used to live together for many years before their split in 2019.
They used to give fans glimpses of their crib, where Maya once said they start the day by “putting on music and dancing round the kitchen while making breakfast” and end it on the sofa watching reality TV shows like Love Island and Ex On The Beach.
Maya later moved out when the pair split, but after rekindling their flame this month, the pair could be on track to living together again.
The home is a two storey new build, with lots of big windows and huge sliding patio doors from the living room to garden to let in light.
The sleek white kitchen has an island centrepiece and double oven, making it perfect for hosting dinner parties.
There is also a mini bar which is well stocked with bottles of Champagne – plus a black and white canvas of him performing on stage, which has yet to be hung on the wall.
Off the kitchen there’s an open plan living area, with two double sofas, a glass coffee table and a huge flastcreen TV fixed to the wall.
There’s also a trophy cabinet which holds his 24 awards, with his two 2018 red Brits taking centre and three MOBOS underneath.
The interior is painted white, with white tiled flooring, grey sofas and beige drapes for the patio doors.
The large sliding doors lead out to the patio and garden area, which has enough space for the kids in his family to play football while he’s hosting the adults.
Adjacent to the patio is a summer house which has a sofa in it, and a workout area to the side.
The garden is fenced off and surrounded by leafy trees to ensure privacy.
Back inside, there is a third room for an office with a large bookcase for all his literature – after all, the politically-minded artist achieved six A*s, three As and five Bs at GCSE.
Leading to the bedrooms upstairs is a wooden varnished and glass panelled staircase, where black and white framed prints of Maya hung when she lived there.