An author revealed the reason they’re obsessed with Escape to the Country – and viewers will be surprised to hear about the strange details that tie each of the houses together.
The hit BBC show follows aspiring homeowners hoping to move from the city to the country.
A presenter takes them through various potential properties – but one viewer noticed a strange similarity they all have.
And it is that they all house strangely positioned televisions.
The worst example is a television in a house in Dorset that sits between two single beds but does not face either.
Another TV in a very expensive house in Gloucestershire is placed in front of a single seat instead of the larger sofa, so only one person can watch TV at a time.
In a house in Devon, the TV is also positioned so that no one can comfortably see it from one of the large living room sofas.
Meanwhile, there is an old CRT television in a second house in Devon.
However, viewers who are not interested in watching poorly placed televisions can still enjoy the show due to its unique features.
A recent episode showed a couple being surprised by a “haunted castle” with a hook.
The historic property sold for a whopping £350,000 despite only having two bedrooms.
Another potential buyer burst into tears last season after seeing an “extremely charming” 19th-century thatched cottage.