BBC’s The Apprentice mansion in Hampstead is for sale for GBP16.5 million

One of four reception rooms at the Hampstead home, which is arranged over four floors and a large attic / Aston Chase. Stuart Baggs, a beloved candidate on The Apprentice, used this catchphrase to describe himself. One of the four reception rooms in the Hampstead home, which is spread over four floors and an attic / Aston Chase. The property also has a 170ft long garden with a reflection pool that allowed candidates to relax and contemplate the day. The cinema screen measures 2.8 metres in width. The cinema screen is 2.8 metres wide.READ MOREThe most expensive home for sale in every London borough – from mega mansions to skyscraper penthousesNine-bedroom stately home in Cumbria for sale for price of London flat — with a maze but no roof or windowsExclusive look at first UK homes designed by starchitect Frank Gehry — just launched at Battersea Power StationVictory House was built for the Bowlby Family. Edward Bowlby CBE (1907-1990) was the biographer for Charles Darwin. His father, Sir Anthony (1855-1829), was a royal surgeon to King Edward VII. Battersea Power Station just launched the exclusive look at the first UK homes designed by Frank Gehry. Victory House was built for the Bowlby Family. This house is an exceptional opportunity for anyone looking for a large lateral family home, just moments from St John’s Wood or Primrose Hill. However, it is more expensive than the other options.