House where Jamie filmed the first two series of The Naked Chef on the market for €3.7m
The London kitchen that catapulted the chef into fame can now be yours...
Published 06/08/2014 | 15:39
The London property where Jamie Oliver filmed the first two series of The Naked Chef, the BBC show which catapulted him into international fame, is on the market.
The three bedroom property on Chequer Street in Clerkenwell can be seen in both series, Oliver’s well used moped parked outside the front door.
The property still features the spiral staircase which the chef frequently slid down but has otherwise been refurbished, with a sparkling new kitchen, a bespoke bathroom, fibre optic mood lighting and rainfall showers.
Oliver lived in the house with his wife Jools for two years courtesy of the BBC, but moved to a new abode in 2001, which featured in the third and final series of The Naked Chef.
The concept of filming in a chef’s own kitchen at the time was relatively unexplored.
The couple now have four children together and have two properties; a mansion in Primrose Hill, London and a house in Clavering, Essex, the latter which has featured in his most recent series.
Those who fancy following in Oliver’s footsteps (at least on the property ladder) can snap up the home for €3.7m (£3m).