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The Apprentice Pad
This is where the 2008 Apprentice contestants are staying.
The 2008 breed of Apprentice contestants and Sugar battlers on the BBC's business masterclass of how-not-to, are put up in this swanky 8-bed converted warehouse.
It's called The Glass Factory, worth about £5m, and is owned by the Marquess of Bute, Scottish peer and ex-racing driver John Crichton-Stuart, who will pocket about £50k from renting the house for the 4months the show is airing. Plus it's value will probably sky rocket with the fre advertising he gets courtesy of the license payers money! Win win!
The 7,000 sq ft gated home, in a residential area nicknamed Little India, has a huge dining table for up to 20 people, a pod-style office, a playroom and a gym.