Home for sale with lots of added extras in the village where Jeremy Clarkson grew up

This four bedroom home is in a pretty Yorkshire village, whose claim to fame is that TV personality, writer and farmer Jeremy Clarkson grew up there.

The property in Burghwallis, which has easy access to the A1, is one of the most sought-after villages in the Doncaster postcode area and comes with fantastic equestrian facilities including stabling for ten horses, a 60m x 25m Andrews Bowen arena, a Claydon horse walker, outbuildings and paddock grazing, all set in 4.5 acres with further land available by negotiation.

There is also a range of outbuildings including barns and a workshop, an office/one bedroom annexe and a large office building. The property is a much-loved home for the owners, their dogs and competition horses, and is now offered for sale due to a life-style change.

Burghwallis is a small rural village with a pub. The property is centrally located for the major show centres of Bishop Burton, Arena UK, Speetley and Sykehouse Arena, and the owners say that there is good hacking from the doorstep. The property is £1.25m. For details contact www.ruralscene.co.uk

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