Restoration Home documented the stories of six historic buildings at risk of being lost forever. New owners made a commitment to transform them into their dream homes. But there was more to rescuing these buildings than anyone imagined. Caroline Quentin followed the challenges faced by the new owners, and architectural expert Kieran Long and historian Dr Kate Williams dug into the history of the properties to uncover their extraordinary pasts. Now they return to find out what has happened one year on. The first episode revisits the grandest and most expensive restoration project, Stoke Hall, and the one that caused the most controversy, Nutbourne Pumping Station. There is still a team of craftsmen at Stoke Hall, but there has been an impressive transformation. Meanwhile, Nick and Brigitte's plans to turn Nutbourne Pumping Station into a modern home succeeded but it also divided opinion. How did they weather the criticism and is it true that their dream home is now up for sale?
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