This year's series of The Apprentice sees the candidates move into another sprawling London mansion worth a cool £17 million.

The sixteenth series of the hit BBC show aired its first episode on Thursday, January 6 and viewers caught a glimpse of the mansion at the end of the episode.

The house is located on Bishops Avenue in Hampstead, also known as 'Billionaire's Row'.

Featuring a whopping eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms, this luxury house is not short of space for the 16 candidates fighting to win a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar. 

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The house has an impressive double-door entrance and a unique style inspired by the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. 

Inside, there is plenty for the candidates to do whilst not in the boardroom or taking part in a task.

There is a pool, sauna, gym and games room, which features a bar, pool table and cinema screen. 

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There is plenty of outside space, with an upstairs balcony off the master suite and downstairs courtyard accessible from the drawing room, family room and breakfast room. 

A real highlight is the staircase, which goes up two floors and has views down to the entrance hall. 

The open-plan kitchen is modern, bright and has a luxury, timeless feel. 

Viewers are sure to get real house envy with this property, which you can view on James Edition.

The Apprentice airs on BBC One and iPlayer at 9pm on Thursdays.