Jeremy Clarkson home: Inside The Grand Tour presenter’s Diddly Squat farm in the Cotswolds


    Back in 2008, Jeremy bought around a thousand acres of land in the beautiful village of Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire. The land included Curdle Hill Farm where the local farmer grew barley, rapeseed and wheat. The local farmer retired in 2019, which saw Jeremy take the reigns and farm the land himself.

    Photos from Jeremy’s Instagram account reveal a barn with white-washed walls, a large dining table and a plethora of posters and paintings on the walls.

    Large windows and bifold doors also look out onto raised vegetable beds and brown paving slabs.

    The interior also has a large seating area with red and orange cushions.

    Up in the rafters, the exposed beams are covered in fairy lights and a disco light also hangs from the ceiling.

    Sideboards also line the room covered in various vases, trinkets and mini drawers.

    Another photo from Christmas Eve last year showed a white AGA in a kitchen with white, metro tiles in the background.

    Jeremy has also shared pictures of his farm shop on Instagram.

    The farm shop has white walls, wooden panelling and wooden shelves laden with jams, honey and other food.

    The shop also sells hats, tote bags and aprons.

    Chipping Norton is known for its famous residents.

    David and Victoria Beckham have a £5million, nine-bedroom home there.

    Other notable celebrities include Amanda Holden, Alex James and former Prime Minister David Cameron.

    The small market town is just 18 miles away from Oxford and is set in the heart of the British countryside.


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