As the budget for The Apprentice grows, so does the show's mansion

​As the success of The Apprentice has grown, so has the show’s property budget. 
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Word has it that the mansion used to house the contestants last year, in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Holborn, is worth £11 million, as was the Bayswater house used in the previous series. The Richmond home featured in the 2011 series is worth £7 million.

This year’s home, on the corner of Highgate and Hampstead Heath, has been valued at £15.5 million.


According to online estate agent, Lord Sugar is spending about £15,000 a week for the gated property, above.

The candidates have been filmed settling into their bedrooms and deliberating over tasks in the grounds. A duck egg blue and beige palette offers a sophisticated edge.

After a hard day at the office, surely the apprentices could not ask for more.

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