Amanda Owen home: Inside Our Yorkshire Farm star’s stunning countryside property
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Ravenseat Farm, located in Upper Swaledale, North Yorkshire, has become the iconic home of Our Yorkshire Farm star, Amanda Owen. Although the family have now purchased a new home, they remain at Ravenseat while the renovation work is underway at the new property, just a short journey away from their farm.
The new farmhouse is a listed building within a National Park, with the project still ongoing.
Ravenseat, which is owned by billionaire Robert Miller, is a 2,000 acre working farm.
However, Amanda and husband Clive have been at the farm for more than 20 years now.
Amanda often provides fans with glimpses inside their countryside property as well as showing social media viewers how the farm operates.
Sharing photos with her 400,000 Instagram followers, the 47-year-old has shared an insight into her living room.
The living room featured a collection of brown leather sofas as well as tiled floor.
Against one wall was a large fireplace, surrounded by wood and metal panelling.
The ceilings were low, with the family’s washing hanging from above, over the open fire.
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Amanda also shared a glimpse into her stunning kitchen recently, showing off her large cooker.
The picture was shared when Amanda and three of her children appeared on This Morning to share recipes from her new book.
The caption read: “Live cooking on TV with three children! Thank you for having us on the programme.”
In the background of the snap featured Amanda’s large cooker which was red in colour.
The cabinets were also wooden, against an open brick wall.
The extractor fan had red lights around it and bunches of flowers sat against the wall.
A bowl of fruit was also pictured sitting next to the stove, behind the family’s wooden table.
A number of photos also show the entrance to the cottage which has a stunning view over the farm.
The family’s large front door opens up onto a huge driveway and brick wall.
The Owen’s also have a cloakroom before entering the home where there was a radiator and hooks for coats.
A couple of pairs of wellies were also left on the tiled floor, next to a cosy rug.
As well as their own home, the Owens have also got a couple of farmhouses which they rent out to holidaymakers.
Accommodation includes the Shepherd’s Hut, suitable for two people or a six-bedroom farmhouse called The Firs.
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