‘I can’t stop whooping when they mention the greatest city on earth’ – Sheffield appears on C4 property show

Popular property show Location, Location, Location visited Sheffield tonight, and residents took to Twitter to big up the Steel City.

By Dan Hayes
Wednesday, 28th April 2021, 9:57 pm
Updated Wednesday, 28th April 2021, 9:57 pm

Kirty Allssop and Phil Spencer presented the long-running Channel 4 show from the city on Wednesday night, helping two couples find their dream homes.

In the introduction, Kirsty said she loved visiting the Sheffield and even bought some cutlery when she last came here.

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But many viewers were just happy to see what one called ‘the greatest city on earth’ on national TV. Below is just a selection of what people said on social media during the show.

Sam Millington said: “Weird seeing Location Location Location in Sheffield, but crazy how in the east end of the city you can pick up a two bed, two up, two down terrace for 65k but in Woodseats it’s £200k!

"I’ll stick to finding a property over border in Rotherham. More house for your money!”

Builder JBE said: “Watching Location Location Location in Sheffield! OMG they’ve gone from a house I’m scheduled to do a loft conversion in for the buyer on TV to a house I did the basement conversion in!"

Location, Location, Location came from Sheffield on Wednesday night.

@bourneintheam said: “Location Location Location is all about Sheffield tonight and I cannot stop whooping when they mention the greatest city on earth.”

Richard Batterby said: “Yay! Sheffield on Location Location Location. I bet it’s all Dore, Totley, Millhouses and Ecclesall Road.”

And the Bishop’s House Twitter account posted a photo of the famous Tudor house on the show, saying: “Look what was on tonight's Location, Location, Location! (don't worry, it's not on the market).”

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