Television chief – who stays in his second home during the coronavirus pandemic – is fortunate to have an impressive outdoor space adjacent to his epic mansion – which includes a sprawling lawn, sea views and an outdoor seating area .
Gordon may have annoyed the people of Cornwall with his decision to bring his offspring on property during the pandemic, but that didn’t stop him from going to social media to flaunt his lavish home and his enviable outdoor space.
Introducing the beautiful region, the food guru has posted a number of videos that show the incredible views he wakes up when he stays in his home at the southwest tip.
The outside space of the rich star has huge amounts of land covered with perfectly trimmed grass and there are a number of bushes and shrubs dotted around the area.
His beautiful property is only a stone’s throw from the beach and it overlooks the sandy shore and the sea that allows Gordon to escape city life when he visits the tranquil getaway.
If Gordon and the family wish to swim or wander over the golden grains, they have easy access to a walkway – which is fenced with wooden bollards – that leads from the Ramsay property to the seaside.
Allowing the beautiful setting to make all the talk, there is minimal decoration in the garden, but there is a simple seating area equipped with white wooden chairs and a table.
True to the rustic theme, there is a wooden summer house that is painted in a cool pastel tone and hidden by trees – which is the perfect place to store tools and garden furniture
Gordon’s video clips come after reports that the Hell’s Kitchen figure received an official warning after “breaking the lock rules.”
Sources claim that Gordon angered residents by venturing into his second property during the pandemic.
After angering some residents, the television chief has now received a warning from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, whose volunteers patrol beaches and coastal paths, sources said.
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An organization source told the Daily Mail: “We have learned that he has been seen in dozens of different places since the lockdown started. He does not seem to obey the rules regarding social distancing, exercise and staying at home.
“We know that he traveled to Port Isaac, 13 kilometers from his home, to Newquay, 23 kilometers, and even to his third Cornish home in Fowey, 40 kilometers and 45 minutes. have a good day, “they said.
“One of our collaborators told him how often he was seen and the long distances. After a period of reflection, he seemed to calm down and accepted what was being conveyed in the most polite manner. . ”
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