George is on hand to assist with the epic restoration of a beautiful old agricultural building into a grand nine bedroom family home. There he uncovers the rich history of oast houses and hop growing in the county of Kent.
George returns to Ormskirk after two years to see how builder Mark Horton and his family are doing living in their dream home: a former 18th-century folly that he restored after he found it on the Buildings at Risk Register.
For more than 70 years, Frank Lloyd Wright showed his countrymen new ways to build their homes and see the world around them. He created some of the most monumental, and some of the most intimate spaces in America. He designed everything: banks and resorts, office buildings and churches, a filling station and a synagogue, a beer garden and an art museum. From his first house to his final masterpiece, follow Frank Lloyd Wright's extraordinary career, his life, and 20th century American architecture.
Lisa and Darren dream of converting a coach house into a unique family home. Despite having no previous experience, Lisa plans to manage the entire project and build a kitchen from scratch. George Clarke is on hand to advise and support.
Clive and Jane dream of living in a Grade II listed windmill in Anglesey. Derelict since the 1920s, the windmill is situated on an island with picturesque views and fierce winds. But the build comes to a halt as personal tragedy strikes.