PUBLISHED: 23:16, Wed, Jan 6, 2021 | UPDATED: 23:19, Wed, Jan 6, 2021
Channel 4’s Grand Designs saw father-of-one Justin attempt to transform an idyllic Neo-Gothic building located in a cemetery into his dream home. On the show, Justin revealed his desire to transform an abandoned cemetery lodge and former council toilets into a stunning new home for himself and his son. The ambitious homeowner hoped to transform the buildings into a luxury property with a swimming pool, sauna, cinema room and several bedrooms.
Justin was hoping to complete the complex project in just 12 months for a whopping £1.6million.
Grand Designs host Kevin McCloud said from the offset that the design of property was “gargantuan”.
At the beginning of the programme, Kevin described the process of building the property using a computer-generated design.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Kevin said the lodge is listed which means there are certain things Justin can’t do to it.
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Grand Designs: Kevin McCloud explains what happens when you find a grave while renovating (Image: GETTY)
Grand Designs: Justin was hoping to complete the complex project in just 12 months (Image: GETTY)
He said: “The Neo-gothic lodge is a building of merit, so it will be properly repaired while the toilet block gets demolished.
“Planning restrictions prevent Justin from building up so instead he