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.

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The front of the Victorian house

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.

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Boardroom-style dining table

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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.

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The master suite inside the house

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.

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It was last sold in June 2013 for £9,850,000, but its current value, according to Zoopla’s estimate, is £12,873,000.

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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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Photos via Zoopla

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