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‘I can’t stop crying when they mention the biggest city in the world’ – Sheffield appears on C4 real estate show UK News

Kirty Allssop and Phil Spencer hosted the city’s longtime Channel 4 show Wednesday night, helping two couples find their dream home.

In the introduction, Kirsty said she loved visiting Sheffield and even bought cutlery the last time she was here.

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But many viewers were just happy to see what was called “the biggest city in the world” on national television. Below is a selection of what people said on social media during the show.

Sam Millington said: “Weird to see Location Location Location in Sheffield, but crazy how in the east of the city you can get a two bed terrace, two upstairs, two downstairs for 65k but in Woodseats, c is £ 200k!

“I’ll stick to finding a property across the border in Rotherham. More house for your money!”

The builder JBE said: “Look at the location Location Location in Sheffield! OMG, they went from a house where I was planning to do a loft conversion for the TV buyer to a house where I did the basement conversion! “

Location, location, location came from Sheffield on Wednesday night.

@bourneintheam said: “Location Location Location is all about Sheffield tonight and I can’t stop yelling when they mention the biggest city in the world.”

Richard Batterby said, “Yeah! Sheffield on Location Location Location. I bet it’s all Dore, Totley, Millhouses and Ecclesall Road.

And Bishop’s House Twitter account posted a photo of the famous Tudor House on the show, saying, “Look what was on the location, location, location tonight!” (don’t worry, it’s not on the market). “

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This notice was published: 2021-04-28 20:57:36