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The Naked Chef's Solar Home Up For Sale

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oliver.jpgThe home that was made famous by the first season of Jamie Oliver’s wildly successful cooking show, The Naked Chef, is now up for sale.

Besides the kitchen, which would obviously be the main draw, it also features the recognizable spiral staircase, five plasma screens (including a waterproof screen in the spa bathroom), fiber optic mood lighting, gym, bespoke kitchen, an integral garage, and solar panels. It should be noted that the above amenities were not in place while Oliver lived there. After the first season, him and his wife Jules moved out and the BBC revamped the entire property to include more living space.

We have no idea what the output on these solar panels is — but knowing Oliver and his commitment to green energy, they should be lopping off a bit from the utility bill.  Fancy a bid? Hit the link for more information.

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