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His vintage 'silver bullet' was in full working order when he bought it but the interiors had a dated, 1980s feel to them - forcing Tom to start from scratch.Two weeks in, architect Damion Burrows stepped in to help Tom make the most of the limited space advising him to merge the cramped toilet cubicle with the shower room to make a spacious 'wet room'.And in the Cotswolds a couple built a two-bedroom farmstead home inside a pair of former mobile offices for just £36,000.In London, Sarah met Dominic, who bought a former parking lot with a friend and together they built two, four-storey homes out of concrete for £200,000, each now worth over £1million.Explaining the concept behind her new show, former property developer and entrepreneur Sarah said: 'It’s all about finding slightly alternative ways of living.
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He bought a 32ft long Airstream caravan from America for £11,000 and set himself an initial £15,000 budget for the refit - doing all the building and decorating himself - but ended up overspending by £9,000 and was forced to dip into his savings.
The 36-year-old was shelling out £12,000 a year on renting a two-bedroom house for him and daughter Katie, nine, after splitting with her mother.
But after seven years he grew tired of wasting money on rent and bills, saying: ‘I don’t like the idea of being tied down.
Whether it’s renting or mortgage, I want to be freer.’Tom, a project manager, revealed his ambitious plans to property expert Sarah Beeny on Channel 4's How to live Mortgage Free during Wednesday night's finale.'I quite like a challenge,' Tom said of his plans for a home with an 'open-plan loft vibe'.The finished product comprises a spacious double bedroom with a small bathroom leading into a galley kitchen with all the mod-cons, plus a ‘day bed’ in the living area for when nine-year-old Katie stays over.