David and Suzanne want to sell their nine-acre property in Bardon Mill, Northumberland, to start a full-time equestrian centre on a larger farm. But despite shaving £50,000 off the price, they’ve had just five viewings in a year, and not a single offer. While the idyllic setting features four stalls, spectacular views, and a picturesque village nearby, the three-bedroom home’s soulless, charm-free interiors are a major turnoff complete with peeling wallpaper, purposeless rooms, and dated, mismatched furniture.
Enter real estate experts John Rennie and Sofie Allsopp. They vow to boost the home’s prospects. And while John beefs up the marketing effort and encourages better communication with the agent, Sofie brings in lots of light and charm with a contemporary design plan that yields impressive results. Will their efforts attract a horse-loving family to Bardon Mill?