JAMIE Oliver has given fans glimpse of his stylish £6million country home complete with classic interiors and a huge football pitch.
The TV chef, 46, splashed out on the incredible pad in 2019, and he now resides in the picturesque village of Finchingfield.
The Olivers have offered fans a peek inside their 16th century Spains Hall, which includes converted stables, six bedrooms and of course, a very large kitchen.
The home is set on a 70-acre estate, and even includes a three-bedroom lodge on the grounds.
In a room that appears to be the kids’ new playroom, toys can be seen stored in glass-fronted cabinets, and there are comfy chairs for the youngsters to relax in.
Jamie’s wife, model Juliette Norton, also shared a photo inside their living room, which has wooden floors and leather sofas.
The spectacular room also has an open fireplace and family photos on the mantelpiece.
Another living space sees snug turquoise sofas and a road sign bearing the name of London district Hampstead on the wall.
Meanwhile, there's a crisp cream canvas on the walls of the high-ceiling playroom adorned with toys.
In the bathroom, there's a classic white tub, but the room is given life with stunning floral-patterned paper covering the walls.
Of course, any house belonging to Jamie must have an incredible kitchen, and the one in their Essex pad is certainly something to write home about.
It has huge windows to flood the room with natural light, and has tiled flooring and wooden panelling on the walls.
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