The East London property is located near Stratford was purchased by Channel 4 in 1992 when they launched the hit show.
Broadcast every weekday in the early ‘90s, the iconic Channel 4 programme filmed live from the house located in Bow, in East London, with a star studded presenter line up. Nearly 30 years after its first broadcast in 1992, the six bedroom property is now up for sale. The 4,600 square foot house has six bathrooms, a swimming pool and is set over three floors. Take a look inside.
Historically, the luxury house was made up from three separate Lock Keepers Cottages, and now boasts spacious living areas.
The home has plenty of space for yourself and your family and friends to stay over with its six bedrooms.
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Estate agents BlakeStanley describe the house as a “secluded oasis”, and with its half an acre of grounds and swimming pool, it’s easy to see why.
The 4,600 square foot property is currently divided into two homes, and also comes with a creative workshop perfect for home working.
The iconic property underwent several renovations after the home was damaged in a fire in 2002, shortly after the Big Breakfast was taken off air.
Located right next to the River Lee canal, the property features space for boat owners to keep their boat there.
You won’t need to worry about a queue for the bathroom, as the property has a total of six bathrooms.
The living space has kept some memorable features, including its staircase where famous faces like Chirs Evans, Danni Minogue and Denise van Outen appeared.
The cottages were knocked into one, with the home redesigned and linked by an interconnecting door.