Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond features reportedly finished a neighbourly dispute by buying the home next door for £1.2million.
The 44-year-old purchased their six-bedroom palace near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, in 2008, shelling out around £2million when it comes to property, which also boasts a number of garages for their collection of classic cars.
But the star features reportedly paid an additional £1.2million the six-bedroom home across the street, after statements of a-row with previous neighbour Mark O'Connor.
Sale:Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond features apparently paid £1.2million because of this residence, which will be nearby to his six-bedroom castle residence
'Dispute': The star has actually apparently bought your house next door after claims of a row with former neighbour Mark O'Connor
Original house: The 44-year-old bought his six-bedroom castle near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, in 2008, shelling out around £2million the property
Your house, which auctions described as 'charming' had been detailed for sale at £1.25million.
Parts of the home are thought to date back again to the 17th century, with several of the house's historic features having already been retained, including screen chairs and embellished moulded architraving.
Family: Hammond along with his spouse Mindy, with two daughters, moved to the mock palace, emerge 20 acres of grounds, in 2008
Residence: The earliest section of Hammond's very first house dates through the 15th century, although palace facade - built to look as though it absolutely was from that period - was included around 300 many years later on
There's also a few outbuildings, including a billiards room, garage and a classic steady block.
It really is claimed that there was in fact arguments over pets, including ponies, and that Hammond had flown over Mr O'Connor's residential property inside the helicopter after giving associates to see the house and its reasons.
'It's already been traumatic, ' Mr O'Connor informed the sunlight.
Hammond along with his spouse Mindy, who have two daughters, relocated into the mock palace, set-in 20 miles of reasons, in 2008 - similar 12 months that he and co-star James May had been granted a pay rise for his or her run Top equipment, bringing their salaries much more in accordance with that generated by Jeremy Clarkson.
He today reportedly earns around £175, 000 for some Top Gear, that he joined up with 12 years ago.
Desirable: Hammond, pictured with Top Gear co-hosts James May and Jeremy Clarkson, was area of the BBC programme for the last 12 years
The earliest area of the building dates from fifteenth century, although palace facade - made to look like it absolutely was from that period - was included around 300 many years later.
The owner at the time is said to have included the palace elements because he was in deep love with a Spanish lady who had previously been unwilling to reside in England, along with desired to live-in a palace - spurning him regardless of their building work.