Searches for homes to buy in Chadlington have jumped by 511 per cent, according to property website Rightmove.

The village recorded a bigger surge in interest than anywhere else in Britain in June 2021, when compared to the same period in 2020.

Nearby Chipping Norton also recorded a 64 per cent increase in sale searches following increasing interest from home movers looking to relocate to countryside towns and villages.

Rightmove said viewers have been captivated by the local countryside and looked at homes for sale in and around the area where Clarkson's Farm is filmed.

The website’s director of property data Tim Bannister said: “With the number of places to discover, and areas of natural beauty to explore in the Cotswolds, it’s easy to see why the show has sparked so much interest in nearby areas.”

The Amazon Prime Video series won praise for its charm and humour, charting Clarkson’s antics as he gets to grips with becoming a farmer.

Fans from all over the UK have descended on the Diddly Squat Farm Shop, leading to two and a half hour queues to get in at one point.

Villagers are divided over the impact the shop has had on Chadlington.

A second series of the show has been commissioned.