Room to Improve: Season 6
Season 6, Episode 0 • 51m
Cathal and Siobhan, with two children and another on the way, want to turn a 1970s bungalow two miles outside Tipperary town into a modern family home, trading their small townhouse for what they hope will be 'bungalow bliss.' Their architect Dermot Bannon has quite a challenge ahead of him. The bungalow - possibly built straight from the pages of Ireland's most infamous DIY design manual - is cramped, cold, starved of light and blandly at odds with the idyllic acre of woodland that surrounds it
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