A Place in the Sun viewers call out ‘deal-breaker’ problem during £45k property tour
25.01.2023 - 20:23
A PLACE in the Sun viewers have called out a ‘deal-breaker’ problem during a £45k property tour. Tuesdays episode of the Channel 4 show saw presenter Craig Rowe meet friends David and Lucy in the Abruzzo region of Italy.
David had £45,000 to spend on an apartment in the area, and Lucy was on hand to help him make the right choice. As they headed onto a local beach for an initial chat, Craig and David both had scarves on with their jackets, while Lucy had a grey winter coat on.
Her coat matched the colour of the sky at times during the property search, and it got viewers talking at home. One A Place in the Sun viewer wrote: "'A place in the cold' today by the looks of things." Read More A Place in the Sunnew heights A Place in the Sun’s Laura Hamilton reveals surprising truth about glam looksoverwhelmed A Place in the Sun's Jasmine Harman bursts into tears over property bombshell Another added: "A Place in the Sun they said...
it looks freezing where they are". A third tweeted: "It's warmer here!" As the search continued, another viewer asked: "Was that snow on the roof there?" Sadly, David was unable to find his dream home and didn't end up securing any properties.
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