Inside celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s £6m 16th century mansion with amazing kitchen

We’ve been feasting on Jamie Oliver’s fine recipes for years now, so it come's as no surprise that the celebrity chef has an incredible home kitchen.

During lockdown, he continued to whip up some temptatious, easy-to-follow meals for those wanting to try their hand at cooking in isolation, and, as a result, we got the chance to nosey at Jamie's gorgeous kitchen in his £6million pad.

Jamie, 46, lives in a stunning 16th century mansion in a pretty village named Finchingfield in Essex, with his beloved wife Jools, 47, and their five children Poppy, 20, Daisy, 18, Petal, 12, Buddy, 11 and River, five.

The £6 million home is located on a 70-acre estate and features a farmhouse with six bedrooms, as well as a lodge and stables.

The dad of five previously enlisted the help of two of his children to join him in the kitchen while cooking in lockdown.

Buddy and Petal made their chef debut in a short recipe video filmed from their home and we caught a glimpse of the very rustic kitchen in the Oliver home.

Of course, it comes as no surprise that Jamie, as the chef that he is, should have a large area to make his delicious recipes, and his cooking space features an array of pans and pots hanging from the wall, as well as a huge table.

Rooms throughout the delightfully decorated Oliver home are quaint and some feature fireplaces to add to that cosy country feel which the home exudes.

One room features an array of children’s toys, whilst another is home to huge leather sofas and wooden floorboards, with windows that stretch the length of the room to let the light in.

The abode, evidently a space to write home about, is visibly large and each room boasts a cosy nature.

The children have toys galore to play with and seriously impressive bedrooms, including little River Rocket's nursery, which is Jools' "absolute favourite" place in the house.

Jamie, who is worth an estimate £100 million, also has a huge bookshelf, on which recipe books and books centring around food can be spotted.

Arguably one of the most impressive parts of Jamie and Jools' abode is their immaculate utility room, which was recently given a complete makeover.

The couple enlisted the help of celebrity home stylists the Style Sisters, real names Gemma and Charlotte, to help them transform their previously dull utility room.

The vibrant space now boasts green walls and patterned wallpaper, complete with pink shelves and wooden flooring and surfaces.

The team have made the most of the traditional features by adding stunning lights to the low ceilings along with shelving to display pretty ornaments including vases and candles.

Inside the cupboards, Gemma and Charlotte have organised every inch of the pantry by adding acrylic organisers to keep the children's art and craft essentials in order.

Another stunning spot in the Oliver household is the sprawling gardens, where the family can recline outdoors in warmer climates.

Posting photos to his Instagram channel, it seems Jamie's home, which is called Spains Hall, has enviably large gardens.

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Many snaps show the kids spending hours reading in the grass and playing with ducks by a paddling pool, like something from a Enid Blyton book.

Jamie and his family moved from their £8.9 million mansion in London's Hampstead Heath back in 2019, and have since shared pictures of their incredible new property.

The chef first started his restaurant empire back in 2008 with Jamie’s Italian, which rapidly expanded across the UK in the early 2010s.

Unfortunately, in 2017, it was revealed that Jamie owed staff millions and was, himself, in £1.5 million of debt.

As a result, Jamie shut his restaurants as part of a Company Voluntary Agreement and steakhouse chain Barbecoa went into a pre-pack administration.

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