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Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp go head to head as they battle it out to convince homeowners to either sell their home or refurbish it.They're standing by to help UK homeowners who are divided over staying put or selling up. Kirstie is on hand to teach you that with clever design and spending wisely it's possible to fall in "love" with your home all over again, while Phil thinks there are dream homes within reach and that you should sell up and "list it".
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer look back at loft conversions, remembering two families who wanted to transform their dark and dingy attics in the race for space. In Walthamstow and Preston, two couples are looking at starting families, but lack of space is an issue - and while one would prefer to move on, the other is keen on a loft conversion. As ever, Kirstie brings in the builders, while Phil sees what other properties are available.
Stoke couple Julie and Allen cannot agree on any of the houses they have viewed together, but they are also at a loss as to how they can make their current three-bedroom abode any better. In Newcastle, GP Kathleen and her anaesthetist husband Tom have a three-bedroom Victorian semi in disorganised chaos with Tom's sporting gear taking root everywhere. Should they move on or reconfigure the downstairs?
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer look back on two period properties that desperately needed to be adapted for modern-day living. They meet the Sarah and Ian Renard in Brixworth, Northamptonshire. With one toddler and two dogs to house, this two-bed rural semi is bursting at the seams and Ian wants out. There's only one thing stopping him: Sarah, who is determined to stay and convinced that the house still has the potential to cater for a growing family. They also meet Graham and his partner Ryan who have been fighting over their 17th-century cottage in Cranleigh for years. Charming though it may be, it does not offer the space the two of them now need.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer look back at two of their biggest builds. In Huddersfield, Paul and Dawn Welham-Campbell's higgledy-piggledy layout simply does not work for them any more. Kirstie gets the sledgehammer out, while Phil searches for properties to rival Paul and Dawn's own. In Woodford, Keeley and Terrence Stamp are also at loggerheads. Keeley's fed up that their family of five is bursting out of their three bedrooms and one bathroom, and that their open plan lounge is basically one big noisy thoroughfare. Which of the property duo will come up with the best solution to their problems?
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