Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards are selling their London home

2015-08-13 18:00

Los Angeles - Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards are selling their house.

The former couple - who ended their four-year relationship three weeks ago - have reportedly put their north London home on the market for £4.2 million, just two months after they moved into the property, according to MailOnline.

The pair bought the five-bedroom mansion - which sits in a 25 acre plot and features a swimming pool, orangery, paddock, home gym and cinema - earlier this year after weeks house-hunting around the capital shortly after the 22-year-old hunk quit One Direction.

Earlier this week it was reported Zayn had demanded his ex-fiancee move all of her belongings out of their home, despite the fact she was busy in the US promoting Little Mix's new single Black Magic.

A source said: "Zayn's adamant Perrie has to move her stuff out. She's in America, so her parents will probably have to do it while she's away."

And following the sudden split, Perrie is said to be feeling "confused" as she saw purchasing the house together as a major sign of their commitment to each other.

A source previously claimed: "This was the house where Perrie expected to marry Zayn and act as his wife for the rest of their lives. It was their dream home.

"It's understandable that Perrie feels confused and led on. He must have already been having doubts about the relationship.

"This was a very serious, major financial purchase. She thought Zayn was committing to their long-term future."

Seems like the both Zayn and Perrie are putting on brave faces. 

Zayn is currently living and recording in LA (which he can't tweet enough about) and recently dyed his hair grey...

now it's grey ??

A photo posted by niazkilam (@zaynmalik) on

As Perrie continues to show off her rocking body on Instagram...

Pool vibes ??

A photo posted by Perrie Edwards ???? (@perrieeele) on

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