George visits Russell Edwards and Nadia Smith, who have put everything into turning a derelict farmhouse in the Shropshire countryside into their family home.
Jim and Bee Goody see a derelict village school in Essex as their golden ticket to escaping the suburbs and creating their dream home in the country. But unable to sell their own house, they take a heart-stopping gamble in buying the Victorian school on a bridging loan.
Justin Hooper and Charlotte Seddon have a dramatic vision for a derelict World War II airfield control tower in the Scottish Highlands, but simply restoring the 700 window panes to their original modernist look swallows a large chunk of their budget.
After living in a bungalow for 25 years, Yorkshire couple Carol and Majid Nadry embark on an ambitious mid-life adventure: buying an empty brick water tower to turn into a five-storey home.
When Nik Huddy and Vanessa Ford Robbins stumbled upon an overgrown 19th century gatehouse, they saw an opportunity to express their love of arts and crafts. George catches up with them one year on now that they have added an extension to the house.
Ian and Jayne Hall Edwards bought a derelict Victorian school in the valleys of west Wales, but did not have enough finances to rebuild it. One year later, George returns to see how they have transformed it into a modern eco-friendly family home.
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