Martin Roberts: Homes Under The Hammer host talks property that had ‘freaky’ interior

Martin Roberts, 56, has seen some issues throughout his 18 years on Homes Under The Hammer however one kitchen interior actually stood out out of the hundreds he has come throughout. During his weekly Twitter Q&A, the presenter was inundated with property associated questions but it surely did not take lengthy for him to think about a solution to 1 fan’s question.

The viewer in query wished to know what was the strangest factor he had seen in a property that went to public sale, and his reply was barely odd to say the least.

Martin replied: “I feel a rabbit hutch constructed into the kitchen cupboards.

“That was a bit freaky.”

Each to their very own!

He additionally confirmed his favorite a part of presenting the property primarily based show.

Responding to a curious fan who puzzled what one of the best a part of being on the internet hosting staff alongside Dion Dublin, Martel Maxwell and newcomers Jacqui Joseph and Tommy Walsh was, Martin gave his prime three.

Thinking again through the years, he replied truthfully: “Seeing the properties & assembly the folks & hopefully inspiring a number of.”

Elsewhere, the property professional was inundated with responses from his Twitter followers after he requested for his or her recommendation.

Following a visit to a DIY retailer, Martin was shocked that he had unintentionally purchased a banana formed piece of wooden for his newest mission.

After noting that “they do not make wooden like they used to” whereas exhibiting his followers a video of the planks, Martin wrote: “Any solutions on what you might make with this very banana formed piece of wooden?”

While he could have been on the lookout for critical options solely, his followers had different concepts.

“A boomerang,” one responded, to which Martin joked: “Dodging that when it got here again could be a nightmare.”

Another proposed: “A really slim banana formed shelf,” because the host sarcastically responded: “Nice one.”

Radio X presenter Danny Wallace prompt starting a banana cabinet enterprise; an thought which changed into fairly a prolonged trade between the 2 males.

“Now why didn’t I consider that? You suggesting a particular cabinet for bananas?” Martin puzzled.

“I’m suggesting a complete enterprise, Martin. You and me spend six to eight years constructing banana cabinets, day in, time out – then we see if folks want them,” Danny replied.

Martin got here again: “Nobody’s ever carried out it Danny. I feel you could be on to one thing.”

The radio star quipped: “We, Martin. We’re on this banana cabinet factor collectively. And if it does not work out, we’re screwed.”

Martin laughed: “Look, life’s about dangers. They laughed at Henry Ford. They ridiculed Steve Jobs. They positively pooh poohed the bloke who invented the strong rubber wheeled wheelbarrow, and take a look at the place all of them are actually. We must seize this. And not slip up.”

Someone else supplied a extra critical reply to the query about what to do with the defective piece of wooden by recommending it must be dumped into the closest skip, and Martin agreed.

Homes Under The Hammer airs weekdays at 10am on BBC One.

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