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Series celebrating the house-buying success stories of people who went on to purchase a rural property they were introduced to on their original Escape to the Country journey.
Sonali Shah revisits her house buying couples and finds out what happened next after their Escape property hunts together. First, she catches up with her buyers in Cornwall who used their £350,000 budget to snap up one of the houses she showed them. She sees how they're loving their new dream home and are embracing a healthy, happy lifestyle outdoors. Sonali also drops in on her equestrian escapees whom she'd helped on their Norfolk property hunt and discovers where they decided to buy with their £850,000 budget.
Jules Hudson revisits more house buyers who successfully moved to the country in South Wales. He discovers how a dynamic RAF couple bought one of the homes he showed them. To thank him, they put him through his paces with some daredevil outdoor antics. Jules then drops in on an escapee couple who overcame struggles in buying their perfect property but kept plenty of change from their £400,000 budget and now live in a stunning but unexpected location.
Ginny Buckley heads into the great British countryside to discover how rural retirement plans are panning out for two couples. First, she makes her way to Derbyshire's Peak District to meet a husband and wife who bought one of the beautiful properties they were introduced to on their 2018 Escape to the Country journey. They had high hopes for a garden with a pond, but Ginny finds out that pond life has now taken a back seat as they've welcomed a new member to the family. Later, she makes her way south to catch up with a fun-loving pair who originally planned to move to the Shropshire countryside. Ginny finds that their leap to the countryside may have landed them in a different spot, but it's still a far cry from their former lives in the city suburbs.
Jules Hudson revisits house buyers who have successfully established new lives in the countryside. First, he finds himself back in Somerset with a couple whose rural aspirations needed to accommodate their own needs, plus those of their parents. Visiting the day before a local beer and cider festival, he earns a brew by helping the neighbours set up for the event, but not before checking out the wonderful home he helped them to find. Later, Jules travels over towards the east of the country to meet a husband and wife at their impressive new home, where he discovers how their move away from a large urban town has helped strengthen family ties.
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