BBC Homes Under The Hammer’s Dion Dublin enters Notts home and says we have ‘a major problem’

Homes Under The Hammer viewers were impressed by a duo who completely transformed a property in Nottinghamshire. On Wednesday 8 May at 11am, an episode of the BBC series featured a three-bedroom semi-detached house on a busy Worksop street which had significant signs of settling and large cracks all around.

It was not a project for the faint of heart and with an auction guide price of £29,000 to £34,000, viewers were left shaking their heads to learn that Alton and Ramiro paid £95,500 and neither they didn’t even see the property before bidding. Host Dion Dublin arrived at the property optimistically, but it wasn’t long before he was visibly worried.

After stepping inside he said, “As soon as you walk in the door we have a major problem at the top of the stairs there. There are just cracks everywhere.”

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A walk through showed 1970s style decor and a gas fire as well as more cracks. Dion added: “My mind is still in those cracks and how much it’s going to cost you to get it right, I’m worried.

“Even the stairs are falling like that. We’ve got some major cracks, I’ve never seen anything this wide. It’s all the way up, I can see everything falling like that.”

Ramiro and Alton did an exceptional job transforming the house(Image: BBC)

He struggled to dismiss the damage and added: “My thoughts are with all these cracks. They are so serious and potentially so dangerous, so please get this sorted as soon as possible, get the professionals and find out what’s going on.”

Although Dion said the back garden is a wonderful size. While the project was stressful to look at, let alone work on, Alton and Amiro are experienced real estate developers and were not phased but eager to get started.

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