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The house in North West London features six-bedrooms and comes with a sizeable price tag.
The Apprentice has returned to our TV screens for its 12th series, as a fresh group of sharp-suited candidates aim to impress Lord Sugar with a view to turning his £250,000 into millions.
Fortunately the aspiring apprentices will not have to worry about finding accommodation for the next few months as they will be housed free of charge in a luxury mansion in one of leafy Hampstead’s most sought-after streets.
With six bedrooms, six bathrooms, five reception rooms and ample communal living space, the contestants will be able to reside in comfort.
The enormous 10,000 square foot house comes with a hefty price tag: it is currently listed to let at a monthly rental price of almost £39,000 and is also available to buy at an asking price of £11.95 million.
A glance at previous sold house prices in the local area suggests that the owner of the property may achieve close to the asking price, but to be sure, they may wish to obtain a free online property valuation to be sure.
Hampstead in North West London is one of London’s most exclusive residential areas, but property values in and around Hampstead have seen a marginal decline over the last year, with the average price of a home depreciating in value by -0.82%, or £12,760, the latest property price data shows.