A peek inside the Apprentice house 2017

The property in west London features seven-bedrooms and four-bathrooms.

Having invested his own money in six successful start-up companies, Lord Sugar is now on the hunt for his next investment with the 2017 series of the Apprentice in full swing.

Here is everything you need to know about the house that the latest batch of hopefuls lived in during filming of the BBC’s business-based reality TV show.

The luxury double-fronted Victorian villa in the west London area of Notting Hill features seven-bedrooms, four-bathrooms, three reception rooms, a dining room, play room and a staff apartment – all spread out over five floors.

The most popular room in the house is undoubtedly the master bedroom. It commands the entire first floor and includes a large en-suite bathroom, his and hers dressing rooms and French doors leading onto a private terrace.

Located on Bassett Road, the property, which has been given a bold makeover by much-admired interior designer, Nicky Haslam, was recently listed for rent on property website Zoopla for £29,000 per month. But how much is it worth to buy?

The house was last sold in June 2013 for £9.85 million. Its existing value stands at around £13.1 million.

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