'The Apprentice' candidates living in £7m house
Published Apr 2 2012, 19:22 BST
By Daniel Sperling
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 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.
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. > 'The Apprentice' review: 'She's a very noisy young woman'