It has an eye-watering rental price tag and has been home to Lord Alan Sugar's candidates on The Apprentice this year.

Located in Bassett Road in Ladbroke Grove , with snazzy Notting Hill and Portobello Road on its doorstep, this eight-bedroom property comes with a luxury price tag which will set your pulse racing.

The property costs a whopping £29,000 a month to rent, which would have sliced a no-doubt enormous sum from the BBC production team's budget for the BBC One programme, which is currently being aired.

In fact every year the businessmen and women taking part in the reality game show find themselves in a swanky pad in the heart of the bustling capital, and this year as you can see was no different.

How much is the property worth?

You could guess £3m, £5m or even £8m but you would still be way off the mark.

In fact according to Zoopla it was sold in June 2013 for a staggering £9.85m, but its current value has spiralled by almost a third.

This means the soaring housing market has added value to the magnificent property, market by Domus Nova, which is now worth a staggering £13.1m.

The actual rental price per calendar month is a mammoth £29,033.

Eight-bedroom property, the home of Apprentice contestants, in Bassett Road

What does the house feature?

The double-fronted Victorian villa features seven lavish double bedrooms as well as an exquisite master bedroom suite with his and her dressing rooms set in a horseshoe layout.

The house is built over five floors and includes three reception rooms, three bathrooms, a dining room, utility room, eat-in kitchen and playroom.

To top it all off the massive 6,404 sq ft home has a beautiful south-facing garden where the shows candidates can unwind after a day of work and filming.

While maintaining its Victorian features, award-winning interior designer Nicky Haslam is behind the striking and stylish makeover.

One of the bedrooms in the eight-bed property

What's nearby?

Transport - The street is within a short walk of Ladbroke Grove station which serves the Circle and Hammersmith and City lines.

Other nearby stations include Latimer Road station and Westbourne Park stations less than half a mile down the road.

This connects passengers directly to the City of London, but our Apprentice contestants need not worry about that when they have a chauffeur driven service.

Schools - There are a number of schools in the area including Notting Hill Preparatory School, Chepstow House School and Kensington Aldridge Academy.

Food stores - While there's no sign of a "posh" Waitrose in close proximity, there is a Tesco Express store in Ladbroke Grove.

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