Boy George’s Grade II-listed Hampstead home will feature in an upcoming episode of the new Channel 4 series, Selling Super Houses.

The £17 million home, originally known as The Logs, is a Gothic Italianate mansion in Well Road, which overlooks Hampstead Heath.

In Selling Super Houses, eight aspiring agents compete for “the job of a lifetime” as they showcase and sell super prime properties for agency PK Properties.

Boy George’s Hampstead home will appear in the second episode of the series, which airs on Tuesday (September 5).

Ham & High: Outside of The LogsOutside of The Logs (Image: Aston Chase)

The contestants are instructed to conduct a house tour at a celebrity mansion, but are not told who the owner is.

A description reads: “Unbeknown to the trainees, the owner of the mansion in Hampstead is music legend Boy George and he’s got some very interesting house rules that all the trainees must abide by...

“To top the challenge off, PK’s wife Dorit Kemsley – a Real Housewife of Beverley Hills – has flown over to join Boy George in the judging of the house tours and after some tough feedback, the first trainee is asked to leave the competition.”

Ham & High: A staircase at The LogsA staircase at The Logs (Image: Aston Chase)

The Culture Club singer was reportedly annoyed after one contestant said “oh no, this isn’t for everyone” while talking about the décor at the six bedroom and five bathroom home

Ham & High: The LogsThe Logs (Image: Aston Chase)

The house was built around 1868 to designs by JS Nightingale by the builder Charles Till as a home for wealthy civil engineer and developer Edward Gotto. Later residents include flush toilet pioneer Thomas Crapper, and comedian and actor Marty Feldman.

Described by architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner - who made his own home in Wildwood Terrace, Hampstead - as a "formidable atrocity," the eccentric property has become a Hampstead landmark.

The episode will air on Tuesday (September 5) at 10pm.