Whether or not you are a fan of cult BBC program, The Apprentice, you will admire the sheer luxury of the candidate mansion.
The lavish west London property will house the 18 candidates as they are put through their paces with a set of trying business tasks. Available to rent for almost £40,000 a month, the 10,000 square foot pad resides on one of leafy Hampstead’s most sought after streets, Daleham Gardens.
Known as one of London’s most exclusive residential areas, Hampstead is a firm favourite with wealthy buyers because of its premium, designer outlets, private schools and large houses – with secluded gardens. The house is situated on the southern slopes of Hampstead. Belsize Park, Hampstead Village and Swiss Cottage are nearby, while Hampstead Heath is a 15-minute walk away.
With six bedrooms, six bathrooms and five spacious reception areas set over four floors, there are hardwood floors, marble baths and period features running throughout the stunning house.
Designed by London-based architectural firm Foster Lomas, other features of the magnificent property include a home cinema and Jacuzzi, sure to help the candidates relieve some stress after a long day in the boardroom with Sir Alan Sugar.
Prospective tenants can snap up the enviable on Zoopla via local estate agent Marcus Parfitt (with a price tag of £11,950,000). It is also available to rent via Phillips Harrod, but prospective tenants will need to match the monthly rental figure of £38,783 – a cool £8,950 per week.
By Aimee Phillips