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Six-bed mansion on same street as The Apprentice house up for £9.25m

You’re desired! Six-bedroom mansion in Notting Hill that is on the same street as The Apprentice house goes for sale for £9.25million

  • Sprawling West London mansion has 5000sq ft of floor space and permission for a huge 1,000ft extension 
  • It was once owned by a Dr Mort, who is said to have been the personal doctor to the Queen’s grandmother
  • The home is on Bassett Road, the same street as contestants’ house on The Apprentice in 2017 and 2018

A six-bedroom mansion in Notting Hill based just a few doors up from The Apprentice’s candidates’ house has gone up for sale for £9.25million. 

The property, in Bassett Road, Notting Hill, boasts an incredible 5,000 sq ft of space across its five floors, which feature four bathrooms, three reception rooms and permission for a huge extension which will add around a further 1,000ft to the floor space.

Bassett Road is popular for its tree-lined pavements and creative air – many artists have lived in the area in the past, while it was used for The Apprentice in 2017 and 2018.

In 2006 the director Woody Allen shot part of his movie, Scoop, starring Hugh Jackman and Scarlett Johansson, in Bassett Road. The film’s final scenes take place there. 

The £9.25million home in Notting Hill is based on the same street where Woody Allen filmed Scoop, starring Hugh Jackman and Scarlett Johansson. It’s also just a few doors up from the house candidates on The Apprentice stayed in during 2017 and 2018

Across its five floors, the sprawling mansion offers 5,000 sq ft of space to walk around. The home’s current owners have lived there for the past 17 years and are now looking to downsize

Based in affluent West London, the mansion boasts three reception rooms and has been described as a perfect home for a young family to move intoBassett Road is popular for its tree-lined pavements and creative air – many artists have lived in the area in the past.

It has a small front garden and steps leading to a porticoed entrance and a tiled hall.

The main reception room has a ceiling height of 3.6m and is mirrored on the right by a dining room which leads on to the kitchen which overlooks a private garden. There is also a conservatory.

The lower ground floor has another bedroom which is currently used as a gym, a further bedroom, a laundry and plant room, a shower room, separate kitchen and breakfast room.

On the first floor there is a master bedroom with a large en-suite bathroom and a walk-in dressing room and a further bedroom with en-suite on this floor.

Upstairs there is a studio room with a ceiling height of over 4 metres which could be turned back into an artist’s studio.

Based in affluent West London, the mansion boasts three reception rooms and has been described as a perfect home for a young family to move into

As well as having filming history on its doorstep, there is also a royal connection to the home. It was originally owned by Dr Mort, who is said to have been the personal doctor to Queen Mary, the Queen’s grandmother 

The house boasts six bedrooms, four bathrooms and three reception rooms, spread over five floors, and with planning permission already granted for a large extension

There are two further bedrooms on this floor and a bathroom and on the third floor is a bedroom or playroom, a balcony overlooking the garden and storage space under the eaves.

Originally owned by a Dr Mort, who is said to have been the personal doctor to Queen Mary, the Queen’s grandmother, this property has belonged to the same family for 17 years. 

Outside there is a garden room which allows for a home office or studio in the garden.

Jamie Hope, of estate agents Maskells, said: ‘Basically, the family came here, just fell madly in love with the area when they first arrived and stayed here 17 years.

Jamie Hope, of estate agents Maskells, said: ‘It would also be good for a family with teenagers, because of all the space or it could suit a single person or couple who like to entertain – there are certainly plenty of reception rooms’

The main reception room has a ceiling height of 3.6m and is mirrored on the right by a dining room which leads on to the kitchen which overlooks a private garden. There is also a conservatory


It has a small front garden and steps leading to a porticoed entrance and a tiled hall, inside its has high ceilings for extra space

The home is just a few doors down from a house candidates lived in during the filming of The Apprentice in 2017 and 2018

There is a private garden and conservatory at the rear of the home, outside there is a garden room which allows for a home office or studio

‘The family are planning to downsize but to remain in the area because they enjoy it so much.

‘It would be great for a young family that wants to grow; there are lots of bedrooms and a great garden.

‘It would also be good for a family with teenagers, because of all the space or it could suit a single person or couple who like to entertain – there are certainly plenty of reception rooms.’

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