Jeremy Clarkson's childhood home has been on the market for 18 months and simply will not sell.
Home Farm is a picturesque, Grade II listed farmhouse, with stunning views over the Yorkshire countryside.
The traditional home has an asking price of £595,000.
The property features four spacious double room.
The farmhouse also boasts two reception rooms, a playroom, an entrance hall and a cellar.
The grade II home is spread across four floors and has three bathrooms.
There is a quirky office in the loft.
The homely kitchen has wooden beams and built-in wooden furniture.
Top Gear fans may be disappointed to discover that the home only has one garage.
The estate agents, Jackson Stops, highlight that the home has a great history. Now only is it 400 years old, but in Christmas 1971 it was where the first Paddington Bear toys were made - for Jeremy and his sister, by his mum. She went on to make thousands, and sell them all over the world.
The current owners have obtained planning permission to build a property on the current site of the tennis court - which is out of view of the main house.
The village of Burghwallis is small and has no school - but there are facilities in the surrounding villages and Doncaster is only nine miles away.