Inside The Apprentice 2018 house: The multi-million pound mansion in Notting Hill
It’s worth £12.8 million
The aim of The Apprentice is to find a business partner for Lord Sugar. Lord Sugar himself is worth billions – so surely it's only right he puts the people willing to make themselves look like clueless idiots on national TV, up in a decent pad? But where is The Apprentice 2018 house? And what does it look like inside? The house is actually much more than decent, it's a £12.8million mansion in Notting Hill – and it is dreamy.
Where is the house?
The 2018 candidates are being treated to a Victorian style house that's right by Portobello Road and Ladbroke Grove tube station.
What's it like inside?
The house has seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, three reception rooms, a dining room, play room, a smoking room and a staff apartment spread over five floors.
It sounds perfect for the candidates to throw wild parties in between tasks.
The master bedroom takes up the entire first floor, and includes an enormous en suite bathroom, his and hers dressing rooms and French doors leading on to a private terrace.
The other six bedrooms are on the second and third floors.
How much does it cost?
The property up for rent at just over £29,000 a month through Domus Nova.
It was last sold in June 2013 for £9,850,000, but its current value, according to Zoopla’s estimate, is £12,873,000.
That's even more expensive than the 10 bedroom house the 2016 candidates stayed in.
The are the house is in, Notting Hill, is within the top 5 most expensive areas in London – alongside places like Kensington and Chelsea.
And this place definitely matches inside the houses of Chelsea for how impressive it is.
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