Return of the Apprentice Property

Oct 15, 2015

Last night the Apprentice returned to our screens, as Lord Sugar and his henchmen put another group of the finest business minds in the country through their paces. As expected there were a number of blunders by all involved and one team posted a measly profit of just over £1, resulting in the firing of Dan Callaghan.

App House 1But once the terror of the board room has subsided the contestants were able to retreat to a rather more appealing environment. That’s right the contestants house, which this year is a £8m property in Bloomsbury, near Holborn in central London.

App House 2The Georgian property covers some 6,500 square feet and although it has been completely renovated to a high modern standard, it still maintains much of its period charm. Last year the property was on the market for just over £17,000 a month, so the £250,000 the competitors are fighting for would cover the costs for about 14 months, good thing Alan is footing the bill then.

App House 5Across the properties five floors are six bedrooms, a huge combined kitchen, dining and living space, a spacious outdoor roof terrace – equipped with outdoor dining area and even its own 54ft private garden accessible via a spiral staircase. A feature worth its weight (or size) in gold around central London.

App House 3The property also has its own state of the art integrated sound and lighting system designed by Sonos and Lutron, bringing a high end feel to the term “all the mod-cons”.

App House 4The contestants will be kicking themselves if they come under fire from Alan’s famous finger, if only due to the fact they have to leave this property and return to normal life.