A Place in the Sun got emotional when a guest burst into tears after she saw the view from a rooftop terrace.
In Wednesday's episode of the Channel 4 show (August 11) that first aired in 2018, Kim and Rob from Derbyshire were looking for a home in Andalucía in southern Spain and had presenter Danni Menzies to help them out.
The couple from Derbyshire lived in a caravan and confessed they were more interested in the outdoor space than having a spacious interior.
With a tiny budget of £50,000, Danni was asked to find a place in the countryside with heaps of character and a gorgeous view of the surrounding mountains.
The first property, a two-bedroom townhouse in Sayalonga, didn't have a view and the couple wrote it off almost immediately.
Danni then surprised them with a one-bedroom townhouse with "knockout views" in Canillas de Albaida and Kim struggled to compose herself up on the roof terrace.
"Are you alright Kim?" asked Danni.
Kim then welled up with tears and said: "I always thought people who cried on this program were really sad but I'm blown away here."
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She sniffed and then looked at the mountains, as Danni informed them there was a terrace on the East for the sunrise and another one on the other side for the sunset.
"It's gorgeous," muttered Rob as he looked at the huge expanse of green land.
It was on the market for £52,000 and needed some renovations so Danni was sure they could even negotiate down even further.
Unfortunately, the couple then realised the tiny house lacked a living room and they would have to be "shivering" on the terrace in the winter months.
This firmly ruled the property and eventually, it was property number three, a one-bedroom townhouse in Competa on the market for £52,000, that won their hearts.
It also had views of the countryside and a living room.
They offered £46,000 and, after some negotiations with the vendor, secured the property for £48,000.
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