The Apprentice 2016: step inside the candidates’ £11 million Hampstead home

Take a sneak peak inside the luxury mansion used by The Apprentice candidates in Hampstead, north London

The Apprentice is back with a new batch of fresh-faced, business-savvy candidates ready convince Lord Sugar that they're worth his investment.

And while they may be getting a grilling in the boardroom, the 18 contestants get to kick-back in this luxurious pad worth almost £12 million between challenges.

house with brick wall and metal railing

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Aptly called Victory House, it is located in one of Hampstead's most sought-after streets.

Spread out over four floors, it has five large reception rooms, six bedrooms and six bathrooms, all with the latest fittings and mod cons. The 10,000 sq ft of living space also includes a large glass extension and roomy garden. Even more reason not to get fired!

living room with button back sofa white walls and wooden flooring

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And the house is equally as impressive inside and out, with luxury touches, such as the wood-panelled dining room and large stone bathtubs throughout.

bedroom with wooden bed wooden flooring and glass windows

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Candidates will have to share rooms at first, so it's likely that single beds replaced the four-posters.

And the lucky candidates will be neighbours to the likes of Harry Styles, James Corden, Liam Gallagher and novelist John Le Carre.

living room with l shaped sofa and wooden flooring

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The swanky property is currently listed for sale on Zoopla via local agent, Marcus Parfitt, for a price-tag of £11,950,000.

house with lawn area and white flooring

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It's also available to rent via Philips Harrod for anyone with very, very deep pockets, as the monthly rent will set you back by £38,683 - or £8,950 a week.

kitchen with wooden countertop and maroon walls

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For more information on this property, visit Zoopla.

Impressed? See how it compares to last year's swanky pad.

Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.