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No floorboard is left unturned as dynamic property experts Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer help house hunters find the perfect home in the perfect location.
Location, Location, Location returns for a brand new series. This time Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer visit the Great British seaside in Kent, with two sets of buyers. Kirstie is searching for a home for a family of six, who had the perfect property but lost it due to a clerical error. Phil helps a family from London as they search for an idyllic seaside lifestyle. They need room for two teenage daughters, a pug and a cat; not to mention a collection of bikes.
The new series continues with Phil and Kirstie searching across three counties. Kirstie's with first time buyers Louise and Johnny who would love a family-friendly pad so they can start on their next generation, but buying in popular Weybridge requires deep pockets and nerves of steel. The couple need Kirstie's help with this big leap onto the property ladder. Meanwhile, Phil's with a semi-retired mum and her son. Ros and Alex want a house in the country to suit two generations, but their differing needs have been a struggle to combine. Alex wants a weekend retreat from his London city job and Ros wants somewhere to garden, cook and be close to her rock choir. It's up to Phil to find two houses under one roof.
This time, Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer are in and around Bristol. Kirstie's with Craig and Rich, who've been looking for a home to start a family in for over a year, but without success. And Phil's helping Laura and Linda, a mother and daughter looking for a sound investment for the whole family.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Sencer are down with the kids in Croydon, as Kirstie helps friends Joe, Will and Joe get their collective foot on the tricky London property ladder. And Phil meets newlyweds Leon and Cherrelle, who've been living with granny while saving a deposit and are looking for somewhere affordable, with the space to start a family and good for their commute.
In Nottingham, the local property market currently finds the demand for homes far outweighing supply. Kirstie Allsopp helps Brett and Jo by trying to open their eyes to wider options across the city.Phil Spencer is with first time buyers Ben and Pip, who have their hearts set on a trendy part of town where properties are scarce and the competition is tight.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer are in Edinburgh, helping a couple whose search has gone a bit floppy, and an American couple hoping to settle in one of the city's priciest areas.
In south Devon, Kirstie Allsopp helps Vanessa and Warron in the hunt for their first marital home in a small and sought-after seaside town. Phil Spencer meets up with Andrew and Margaret, who want a bungalow and garden where they can raise chickens and where Margaret can finally get all her plants out of their pots.
In London, Kirstie Allsopp searches south of the Thames, across Balham and Putney, with Hannah and Ben. After years in rentals, the pair are ready to buy. They have a good budget, but first-time buyers' nerves have led to 40-odd viewings and no deal. Phil Spencer helps Hemani and Nigel, who's from Australia, as they seek a Aussie-proportioned property in the Thames Valley.
In London, Phil Spencer catches up with Krystle and Sam, who wanted a fun party pad near the river, and Jason and Jaye, who found Clapham beyond their budget.
Phil Spencer catches up with two sets of family planners. In 2012, civil partners Ally and Jo were looking in south London for a home big enough for three. And in Cardiff in 2015, children were also part of the plan for Steve and Jo. Did the two couples find the right nests?
Phil catches up with two couples who were struggling to find suitable first marital homes - Rupreet and Sundeep in Harrow and Paul and Elly in Bristol.
Phil Spencer catches up with two couples, who took their first steps on the property ladder in London, and how they got on after making compromises on their preferred areas.
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