Said House put on market for £4.5 million

Chiswick Mall property currently featuring in BBC's 'The Apprentice'

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One of the best located properties in Chiswick, if not London, has been put up for sale.

Said House, which is currently featuring on BBC TV's show 'the Apprentice' starring Alan Sugar, is available at £4.5 million through Fletcher's Estate Agents.

The house, parts of which date back to the 17th Century, has over 6,500 square feet of accommodation and a perfect riverside location on Chiswick Mall.

As well as 5 (four en-suite) bedrooms it has a billiard room, a river side garden, a housekeeper's annex and a large conservatory. In addition the property has a large integral garage, magnificent 155ft mature rear garden, and roof terrace

It has been occupied by various luminaries throughout its history including Lord Davison, before undergoing alterations in 1929 during theatre impresario Sir Nigel Playfair's ownership, when he added the 'Gallion' west wing extension.

Said House is the location for the current BBC reality show series with Alan Sugar (pictured right). Interviews with 15 hopeful candidates hoping to learn some of Sugar's entrepreneurial skills are being conducted there.

The winning candidate will be given a job paying £100,000 a year. The candidates are all being housed elsewhere in the Chiswick area for the duration of the show.

The freehold is available for £4.5 million and if this price is achieved it would make it one of the most expensive houses ever sold in Chiswick.

February 24, 2005