Currently gracing our screens on Thursday evenings, The Apprentice sees multimillionaire Sir Alan Sugar put job candidates through their paces with a series of challenges, with the winner becoming his business partner.
Each year, the BBC rent a swanky house for the contestants to live in throughout the duration of the show. But where is the 2016 Apprentice house? This year, they’ve been put up in a luxury house in North London. So where exactly do they unwind when the boardroom drama is over?
Well, their four-storey house is worth around £12 million and is set on an upmarket street in trendy Hampstead. Consisting of six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and five reception rooms, the house is the epitome of luxury living in the capital.
Also available to rent, the property will set tenants back by a cool £38,783 a month, or £8,950 a week.
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