The Big Breakfast house is for sale!!
Talk about a piece of iconic pop culture! The chaotic, flirty, naughty Nineties home of breakfast telly can be yours for a cool £5.75m. Shall we have a nose around?
Now, here’s a fun thing that will make you smile and potentially sob for your lost youth in equal measure. Remember the sheer joy that was The Big Breakfast back in the Nineties when life was simple and all you had to do was get to school on a morning and come back again in the afternoon? And meals were cooked for you rather than the other way round? And money worries equated to what skirt you could afford to buy from Topshop? Well, the very house that saw Michael Hutchence fall for Paula Yates, and Gabby Roslin and Chris Evans (and then Johnny Vaughan and Denise Van Outen) run riot, and Zig and Zag come into human consciousness – yes, that very one – is on the market.
It does cost quite a lot but you can’t put a price on cultural phenomena, can you? Besides, it has six bedrooms, awesome open-plan living space, very fash industrial accents, a glass floor, a private workshop and a pool.
It’s also a few hundred metres from the Olympic stadium and therefore every consumer’s joy that is Westfield Stratford. Plus, let’s not forget the attendant bars and restaurants of that newly renovated part of east London and – quite possibly – free live music floating over the garden fence once stadium tours are allowed again.
Really can’t scrape together a cool six mil? Well, just look at the pictures instead and wistfully remember the good times.