Pat Barry - South Circular Road, Dublin
Pat's grandparents bought the house on South Circular Road in 1924 and Pat has lived there all his life. A home to three generations of the same family the clutter has piled up over the years. Its current condition puts Pat off inviting friends to visit and he would really love to have a functional sitting room and a guest bedroom for his relatives.
Pat worked as a post office driver for twenty five years before his retirement, a keen pigeon fancier Pat used to cycle to races with his pigeons on the back of his bike. He's still in contact with racing crowd but no longer attends races, due to his arthritis.
His childhood friend Rita Gill lives around the corner and every week herself and Pat go to their local pub. Despite the fact they have been life long friends, Rita has never been inside Pat's house until now.
As Fiona and the team start to clear out the house they uncover some interesting items, including newspapers from 1962, childhood toys and even Pat's old ration book. Pat approaches the chance to de clutter his home with gusto. His motto becomes: "From now on, everything must go."
With a limited budget of two thousand euro, Interior Designer Fiona Wilson and the Desperate Houses team try to remove three generations of clutter in just three days.
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