A couple looking to upsize their family home on Channel 4’s Location, Location, Location were slammed by viewers last night as ‘picky’ and ‘miserable’. 

Primary school teacher Suki and consultant Kuli were seeking a larger family home for their three daughters near Halifax and Huddersfield in West Yorkshire. 

Their current property had three bedrooms, but with Kuli working from home in one of them, it meant their three daughters were forced to share one room. 

As a result host Phil Spencer was set the task of finding their dream family home with an open-plan downstairs for hosting and four bedrooms within a £400,000 budget. 

But despite Phil’s best efforts and viewing four homes, Suki and Kuli were not satisfied with the houses and ultimately declined to put in an offer on any of them. 

Suki and Kuli appeared on Wednesday's episode of Location Location Location to find their new family home - but viewers called them 'picky' and 'miserable'

Suki and Kuli appeared on Wednesday’s episode of Location Location Location to find their new family home – but viewers called them ‘picky’ and ‘miserable’

This week, for the second episode of the series Phil and co-host Kirstie Allsopp visited West Yorkshire, a popular area with an average property price of £201,000 – but where prices have risen 13 per cent in the last two years.  

For Suki and Kuli a £370,000 detached house in Bradley seemed to be the perfect fit at first glance, with four bedrooms, a kitchen/diner area and a child-friendly secluded garden.

But despite a spcaious double master bedroom, the couple concluded that the other three rooms were ‘too small’. 

Feeding back to Phil, they added that it wasn’t their ‘top location’ and said the garden, though child-friendly, had a ‘bit of a slant’. 

A second house in Elland also had bedrooms deemed ‘too small’, to which a frustrated Phil commented in his voiceover: ‘I didn’t realise I was looking for four double bedrooms’. 

The £400,000 property had a double garage, modern kitchen, conservatory, four double bedrooms – one with an en-suite – and a large back garden. 

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But it still didn’t fit the bill with Kuli insisting: ‘One of the bedrooms is a bit on the small side’.  

A third property in Fixby, Huddersfield was rejected for being a new-build as it ‘lacked character’ and the potential buyers just weren’t ‘getting that feeling’ – despite having the required four double bedrooms. 

PROPERTY ONE: Suki and Kuli said the kitchen/diner space wouldn't be large enough for hosting their guests

PROPERTY ONE: Suki and Kuli said the kitchen/diner space wouldn’t be large enough for hosting their guests

Despite having four bedrooms, they said one of the smaller doubles wouldn't be big enough for their children

Despite having four bedrooms, they said one of the smaller doubles wouldn’t be big enough for their children

PROPERTY TWO: Despite having a bar and lots of space, they said the garden wasn't child friendly

PROPERTY TWO: Despite having a bar and lots of space, they said the garden wasn’t child friendly

PROPERTY THREE: Suki and Kuli liked the size of the bedrooms and the garden - but said the new build 'lacked character'

PROPERTY THREE: Suki and Kuli liked the size of the bedrooms and the garden – but said the new build ‘lacked character’

Finally, Phil showed them a big house by Wilden, which was close to where they currently live. He told them that it was ‘as close as I can get you’ and said there was nothing else on the market that would fit their requirements. 

Suki and Kuli said they were ‘much happier’ with the property but after a second viewing they again refused to put in an offer due to being ‘unsure’.  

Despite not finding their dream home, they told Phil the experience had taught them they would need to learn to ‘compromise’ in the future. 

However viewers were quick to point out the irony that they had refused houses much more spacious than their current living situation. 

PROPERTY FOUR: The couple said the final house they viewed was 'much better' than the others

PROPERTY FOUR: The couple said the final house they viewed was ‘much better’ than the others

Despite liking the master bedroom (pictured), the couple were still 'unsure' and ultimately didn't make an offer

Despite liking the master bedroom (pictured), the couple were still ‘unsure’ and ultimately didn’t make an offer

Viewers also criticised the couple for not smiling and looking 'miserable' throughout the show

Viewers also criticised the couple for not smiling and looking ‘miserable’ throughout the show

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They said: ‘FFS the couple with the 3 kids are moving from a house where all 3 kids share a bedroom and complaining about the size of the bedrooms, the woman is p**ing me off’; 

‘There’s miserable, and then there is MISERABLE’;

‘An infuriating episode of #locationlocationlocation this week. Dont think that one lady smiled at all. They didn’t seem to want to compromise on anything. What were they hoping for?’;

‘Absolute timewaster family’; 

‘How long this couple will take to compromise,’ another added alongside a meme from the Titanic film saying ‘it’s been 84 years’. 

Others said: ‘Haha. These two will never find anything’;

‘Send this couple down south and let them see how lucky they are’; 

‘Gotta love the super picky customers’; 

‘What does this couple want for £400k?….A mansion???’

Viewers were quick to point out the irony that they had refused houses much more spacious than their current living situation

Viewers were quick to point out the irony that they had refused houses much more spacious than their current living situation

However, Phil’s co-host Kirstie Allsopp had much more luck in finding a property for first-time buyers Ellie and Joe in north Leeds.

The NHS workers, who currently rent in Chappell Allerton, had a maximum budget of £250,000 for their first home. 

They were also looking to upsize and to add storage for all their belongings. 

Kirstie found them the perfect property in Farsley with three bedrooms and a cellar for storage, and they had an offer accepted for £235,000. 

Emily broke down in tears, saying she had ‘no words’ for how happy she was, while even Kirstie became emotional at the couple’s happiness. 

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