After years of being shoved from pillar to post, army wife Charley Tomlinson is finally getting her way: her husband, Colonel Patrick Tomlinson, has agreed to pack up his kit bag for the last time and take a job on Civvy Street. Patrick, Charley and their four children are currently billeted at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. But after so many years on manoeuvres, Charley is longing for a place she can call her own. But finding the home of their dreams in the beautiful Kent and Sussex countryside is going to be tough. Meanwhile, Simon and Tina Haben have spent their first two years of married life happily living in London's trendy St Katherine's Dock, right next to Tower Bridge and a short walk to Simon's office in the city. But they've outgrown their one-bedroom flat and city living, and want a more family-friendly home in the country, but still within commuting distance of Simon's work. Although Tina has spent a year house-hunting, they are no closer to finding their dream home. Could Tina's desire for a property with "positive energy" be having a negative effect on their search? Kirstie and Phil find out.