A Place in the Sun got a bit emotional when a guest began crying as she viewed an empty field shown to her by Jasmine Harman.
In Thursday's episode (June 3) Jasmine found five properties within a dad and daughter duo's budget of £250,000 in the Poitou-Charentesin France, where they hoped to open a family glamping business.
Stephen and his daughter Stephanie had very different feelings about each of the properties, but the third one really got them turning on the waterworks.
The country cottage, valued at £281,712 at the time of filming, only had three bedrooms but came with four acres of land perfect for a campsite.
As they looked around the outside, the dad and daughter found themselves looking a freshly-mown field and Stephanie began to cry.
"Through here, this is where you could have the business," Jasmine said, "and it goes right the way around."
Stephanie clapped her hands to her face as she started to cry.
"Thank you," she whispered, before wiping away a tear.
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Jasmine asked: "Why do you think it's just hit you now, coming out here?"
Stephanie said: "I have no idea. I didn’t think you’d find the perfect one."
Her dad chipped in: "Everyone has a dream but to have your dream become a reality…"
Surprisingly, they decided against the property in the end and instead went in favour of house number two, a four-bedroom converted farmhouse with just under two acres of land.
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It was on the market for £283,784 and also had a separate two-bedroom gîte that was being rented out for €700 (around £600) month.
They put down an offer of £262,000 but it was rejected.
Fortunately, the seller suggested a counter offer and in the end Stephanie and her dad bought the property for £271,000 – bringing them closer to their dream.
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