Next Episode of Obsessive Compulsive Country House Cleaners is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Behind the ornate front doors of some of Britain's most spectacular homes lie years of neglect and grime. The owners are struggling to maintain their houses without help from domestic staff, who have long since departed. Often, a vast ancestral hoard of clutter going back several generations dominates the house, collecting yet more grime. Entire wings are uninhabitable and home owners find it impossible to let go of treasured possessions that have been in their families for generations. Could a group of obsessive cleaners rescue these grand mansions from housekeeping hell and add some polish to their faded grandeur? In Obsessive Compulsive Country House Cleaners, obsessive cleaners work with the home owners over five days to help restore the houses to their former glory.
The cleaners are heading to the Welsh hills and Brithdir Hall, a 16th-century, Grade II-listed mansion. It is home to Jeremy, 55, his son Thomas, 15, and Clayton the spaniel. When he inherited it from his grandmother 12 years ago, Brithdir Hall was immaculate. Nowadays, the house is all but derelict, with mushrooms growing through the walls, a yard full of dog poo and a loo which hasn't been cleaned in years. Juggling three businesses just to keep the roof from leaking any more than it already is, Jeremy says housekeeping comes a long way down his to-do list. His main concern is running pheasant shoots from home, but he needs to up his game in order to attract higher paying clients. He plans to re-launch his shooting business with a grand lunch at the end of the week, but getting the house ready in time is too big a job for him alone. To help bring this plan to fruition, two obsessive compulsive cleaners are moving in for five days.
The cleaners head for a 16th century manor in Somerset, where an acclaimed writer of ghost stories needs help with clearing out some of her junk.
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