LOVE It or List It viewers weren’t impressed after spotting something VERY wrong with a toilet during a property tour on Wednesday night.
In the second episode of the Channel 4 show’s seventh season, Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp competed to convince Gloria and Tom to either put their estate up for sale or refurbish it.
The couple, who live in Lancing in West Sussex, live in a semi-Victorian house by the sea – but aren’t happy with their current family home.
Gloria didn’t like the fact that the kitchen and living room were separate, there was no room for visitors, and the family bathroom was downstairs behind the kitchen.
Phil then showed them a house just down the road from their current residence that was £50,000 over budget at a price of £650,000.
Gloria and Tom were impressed by the unique layout with five bedrooms spread over two floors.
However, viewers at home pointed out something they didn’t like.
One tweeted: “Please do not leave the toilet seat up on the viewing objects. Not a pretty sight. #LIOLI.”
Later in the show, they returned to their property to find that they had prioritized an extra bedroom over a downstairs extension.
Gloria explained, “We did an attic conversion, but rather than taking part of our daughter’s room to fit in a small bathroom, we decided to do the bathroom in the attic next to our bedroom.”
Kirstie pointed out that they still wouldn’t have a bathroom on the same floor as the kids’ bedrooms, but said at least they wouldn’t have to go through the kitchen anymore.
However, one fan pointed out on Twitter: “Would the only bathroom on the top floor work with a young family? #LIOLI.”
At the end of the program, the real estate professionals returned to their homes to see the end result.
The old bathroom gave way to a more open kitchen with dining area, double doors and a new terrace in the garden.
They also converted the loft into a bathroom and master bedroom.
But Phil wanted to know if they loved their new property or if they wanted to list it.
Gloria told them, “It definitely solved one of the main problems, which is when we’re down it’s a lot more comfortable.
“It’s nicer and brighter.
“The bathroom is nice now. It’s nicer than now, it’s not far from the kitchen. It’s still not ideal, but it’s an improvement.”
She went on to tell him that her new home search was going really well, but he wanted to know if he’d done enough to persuade her to buy a new property.
The couple told them: “We’re going to love it… for now!”
Tom added that over the years they will likely need to move.
He said: “I know that in the future the boys will probably want their own room.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/tv/18062835/love-it-or-list-it-viewers-not-impressed-toilet/ “Love It” or “List It” viewers aren’t impressed as upon touring the property they realize something is VERY wrong with the toilet