'The Apprentice' candidates living in £7m house

Published Apr 2 2012, 19:22 BST  |  By

This year's Apprentice candidates have been living in a house worth almost £7m, it has been revealed.

The luxury home used by the 16 hopefuls competing to be named Lord Alan Sugar's next business partner has been identified as an eight-bedroom property in Westminster.

The Apprentice house 2012


The residence - valued at £6,940,300 by Zoopla - boasts six bathrooms, three reception rooms and is located close to Kensington Gardens.

The house is an upgrade on the one leased to the 2011 Apprentice cast, which cost £4.4m and is owned by classical singer Katherine Jenkins.

The Apprentice house 2011


Bilyana Apostolova and Maria O'Connor were the first two candidates fired from this year's competition.

Inventor Tom Pellereau won a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar in the last series of The Apprentice and launched his nail file business last month.

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