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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 are back for a brand new series of the show that unites warring households across the UK, by answering that age old question: should you stay, or should you go? In each episode, the property gurus meet a family who have fallen out of love with their house. After listening to their problems and seeing how they use their home, Kirstie tries to convince them that transforming their home is the best bet; whereas Phil reckons that selling up is the easier option. In this episode, they meet the Lindleys, from Ashtead in Surrey.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet newlyweds Nikki and Andy Taylor-Myers in Northampton. Having recently merged two households into one, their cluttered terrace is at bursting point. Property services manager Andy is desperate to stay, while drama and support teacher Nikki has reached boiling point and is clear: she wants out. It's an uphill struggle from the start, and when Kirstie pitches her big plan, Nikki isn't impressed. Out in the field, Phil finds it tough going to cut through the bickering. His second property leaves the couple speechless, but is that a good thing? Can he find a home that reunites this warring pair? Will Nikki and Andy ever agree on whether to Love It or List It?
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer are in Larne in Northern Ireland with Catherine and Nigel Finch. The couple have been married for seven years, but lately have hit a spot of turbulence due to their dated, 70s-style bungalow. As part of a plan to downsize, Nigel quickly fell for their new rural location with incredible views. But Catherine has never loved the place and misses having neighbours. It's a huge ask for Kirstie: she can make significant changes to the house, but she can't create a community. Could their garage be a game changer? Meanwhile, Phil searches for a home that pleases them both; and offers room for Nigel's beloved chickens, while giving Catherine some neighbours. But in the end, what will the couple decide: Love It or List It?
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer are in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, to meet with Amber and Martin Brammah. On the outside the couple's three-bed semi looks like any normal family home. But the inside tells a very different story. Amber owns a fitness company and runs classes from home. She wants a bigger, brighter space for her clients; and a more family friendly layout for the rest of the house. Martin is a principal ecologist and has over 30 tarantulas and various other creepy crawlies. He likes his five minute commute to work and believes that they can use a £75k budget to revolutionise the current home. It's all set up nicely for one of the most turbulent episodes ever.
Kirstie and Phil are in the beautiful village of Clifford, West Yorkshire, to meet Vic and Paul Miller. From the outside, their idyllic home looks like the perfect place to raise a family, but appearances can be deceptive. The arrival of twins Raphael and Grace three years ago has accentuated serious problems with the layout and Vic has had enough. While she's firmly Team List It with Phil, it's going to be a major struggle to get Paul onside. From the off it's clear that both Kirstie and Phil won't have it easy. With £42,000 to spend, Kirstie needs to come up with a plan for an extra bedroom and more functional downstairs space, while Phil has a shopping list as long as his arm to tempt Paul away from his village oasis. But which way will this one go?
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