Take a tour of the house used on comedy show Taskmaster

It’s an award-winning comedy panel TV show and now Rightmove can show you inside the house where celebrities attempt bizarre challenges on Taskmaster.

The three-bedroom bungalow is a former groundskeepers’ cottage tucked away on the outskirts of a golf course in Chiswick, West London.

For anyone who is unfamiliar with the show, five comedians are pitted against one another and filmed trying (and often failing) to complete weird and wonderful tasks.

The programme, which is broadcast on Dave, features Greg Davies as Taskmaster and Alex Horne as his assistant/umpire. There’ve been nine series to date and individual episodes pull in averages of around 1.3 million viewers.

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Fans of the show will definitely recognise the grounds of the property, where a white caravan usually occupies the grassy strip of land beside the main house.

The bungalow is surrounded by mature gardens and has off-street parking for several cars, as well as a garage.

Some of the celebrities who’ve taken on tasks in the garden and on the driveway include Russell Howard, Frank Skinner, Tim Vine and Iain Stirling.

Inside, the bungalow has three bedrooms – one with an en-suite shower room – and a reception room with plenty of space for a dining table.

It’s believed that filming tasks takes roughly one day per contestant per episode, filming around eight tasks a day, with each day of filming spread out across several months.

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The property has previously been listed for rent on Rightmove for £4,117 per calendar month.


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