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Jeremy Clarkson’s Childhood Home For Sale

Are you looking to relocate, or maybe start investing in historic homes? Consider this, Jeremy Clarkson’s childhood home in in Tickhill, near Doncaster, South Yorkshire, has gone up for sale for the small sum of £1.2 million pounds.


Clarkson, who most of us know and love from his time on Top Gear, had a life full of memories in this home far before he became the infamous TV show presenter we know now. Undoubtedly, one of the most notable and heart-warming memories must have been playing with the first ever Paddington Bear in 1972, when Clarkson was only 12 years old, which was created by Shirley and Eddie Clarkson, who are of course, Jeremy’s parents.


The home is located very close to the school Jeremy Clarkson attended as a boy, Hill House and Repton , which if you recall was where he was bullied so badly that in order to survive, he created his now famous sense of humor as a defense mechanism.

photo : Andy Weekes

If you have ever wanted to step into Jeremy Clarkson’s quite large shoes, or maybe just experience a bit of what he experienced growing up, now is your chance. The 17th century home is listed with luxury estate agents, Fine & Country, if you’re interested in moving across the pond.

Would you buy Clarkson’s childhood home if you had the chance? Let us know in the comments!


Source: Daily Mail

Nick Dunlap

Nick is a lifelong automotive enthusiast, as well as journalist, and content creator. Nick also successful competes in a variety of automotive fields including national level car shows, autocross, SCCA races, and more. He enjoys designing and building a variety of cars and helping others do the same with theirs.

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