A pukka price tag: Three-bedroom home where Jamie Oliver famously slid down the bannister as the Naked Chef is up for sale for £1.75m
- The three-bedroom house where Jamie Oliver filmed the Naked Chef is up for sale for a cool £1.75million
- The three-bedroom abode is situated nearby the thriving area of Upper Street in Islington, north London
- Charming warehouse-style home also has two bathrooms, two reception rooms and two terraces
The charming warehouse-style home in Islington, north London, where Jamie Oliver famously slid down the bannister while filming The Naked Chef has come onto the housing market for sale.
Nestled behind Highbury & Islington Tube station, the plush three-bedroom pad is on the market for £1.75million and is situated just yards away from the thriving area of Upper Street.
The stunning property also has two bathrooms, two reception rooms and two terraces and would be every foodie’s dream to be rustling up meals just like Oliver once would.
While the stylish abode will send many on a nostalgia trip, fans of the successful cooking programme will notice that most of the house has been refurbished since Jamie and the TV cameras vacated the property in 2001.
The charming warehouse-style home where Jamie Oliver filmed The Naked Chef is on the market for a cool £1.75million
The spiral staircase, which Oliver famously slid down the bannister while filming the TV series, still takes centre stage
The plush property boasts three bedrooms and two terraces and is just yards away from the thriving area of Upper Street
Another terrace is accessible from one of the lounging areas in the house, which was recently stuck on the market
With Upper Street just a few yards away the new owners will never be short of great boutiques and restaurants to visit
Oliver catapulted to fame in 1999 at the age of 24 when he was offered the chance to star in his own TV show, The Naked Chef
The four-storey home also comes with a sound-proofed studio so any potential suitors would be on their way to following in Oliver’s footsteps.
Rightmove’s Miles Shipside said: ‘Cooking, and baking in particular, seems to be more popular now than it ever has been.
‘With its classy kitchen and ties to a celebrity restaurateur, I’m sure this place will prove to be a very happy home for any prospective buyers who fancy themselves as a master chef.’
Oliver, who no longer owns the property, has recently revealed that he is being forced to film his show Keep Cooking and Carry On from his home using his mobile phone amid the coronavirus pandemic.
He catapulted to fame in 1999 at the age of 24 when he was offered the chance to star in his own TV show, The Naked Chef, on the back of his stint working at The River cafe in London.
The property is currently listed for sale with Dexters.
The four-storey property is situated in a fantastic location, tucked away behind Highbury and Islington train station
A study is found on the ground floor of the house while natural light floods in thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows
An elegant black piano is located in the study, while the house also comes with a sound-proofed studio
Rightmove’s Miles Shipside said: ‘With its classy kitchen and ties to a celebrity restaurateur, I’m sure this place will prove to be a very happy home for any prospective buyers who fancy themselves as a master chef’
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