Fans of Jamie Oliver can have the TV chef’s gourmet kitchen for a cool $5.5 million.
The celebrity chef's pad became iconic after the British gourmand launched his series The Naked Chef 15 years ago, and now the Clerkenwell home has seen considerable upgrades and is up for sale.
In 2001, Jamie moved out of the legendary home with his wife, Juliette “Jules” Norton. Unsurprisingly, updates have been made to the home since the departure, which include fibre-optic lighting, a spa bathroom with a television, rain shower heads and a modern wood-and-steel kitchen.
The Daily Mail reports that the couple spent the first two seasons of The Naked Chef living in the now-vacated property at the expense of the show's producer, BBC.
In addition to the modern kitchen upgrades, the luxury home has been outfitted with a computer system that controls the pad’s many amenities, from its blinds to its lighting, TV and alarm systems.
A show-stopping spiral staircase serves as the home’s most intriguing focal point and is said by the realtor to contribute to the space’s bright and airy quality.
Interested parties would be wise to contact the realtor before this piece of food-television history gets scooped up.