Moving on - Clapham Manor Street
Sat 21 Sep 2013
You've eaten at the restaurant, bought the cookbook, even tried your hand at a few of the reocipes. Well, now you can buy the kitchen. Both Jamie Oliver and the team at the river cafe, where the naked chef once worked, have used the kitchen pictured on the left: it featured in advertisements for one of Oliver's cookbooks and in the first river cafe tome. It has also served as a backdrop for a vogue shoot and several TV ads, including one for Cesar dog food. Why? Its owner, Edwina Dvorak, is a collection scout and producer. The three-bedroom house in Clapham, south London, is now on sale for 1.1m. Designed by Thomas Cubitt for one of his workmen, it has a kitchen/family/dining room that takes over the entire ground floor, and a 42ft garden.
Marsh & Parsons; 020 7501 3666