A Place in the Sun viewers were baffled by the guests' reactions when they viewed a villa in an expat urbanisation.
Presenter Scarlette Douglas took couple Steve and Pam to southern Spain's Costa Blanca region to look for a permanent home so they could bring their children over for holidays.
On yesterday's episode (June 1), the pair were hoping to find a three-bed, two-bath home with ample storage space for Steve's set of drums.
With a budget of £155,000, they wanted a garden and swimming pool in the premise.
Scarlette showed them a property in a quiet neighbourhood with huge outside space but Steve and Pam ruled it out quickly for the dark interiors and the remote location.
To bring them closer to town, they visited a 20-property urbanisation in Villamartin and had a look around a three-bed detached villa.
Sitting on a hill and overlooking other houses in the proximity, the couple liked the package the house had to offer – a small swimming pool in the enclosed garden, bright and airy rooms and roof terrace with views.
As they walked up to the terrace, Pam was overwhelmed by the view and giggled: "That's brilliant. I like that, not overlooked that much, are we?"
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Steve answered: "No, no. Not at all. Not considering the amount of houses around you and it's well-maintained. Good condition."
He told Scarlette: "The property is excellent, it takes all the boxes, we've got the en-suite bathroom, we've even got central heating through winter, like back home."
Viewers were taken aback when Steve says the property was not overlooked.
One asked: "Not overlooked?! Turn round, loads of windows looking at you!"
A second gave opinion and said: "It looked squashed in amongst other properties."
"Not overlooked by more than 20,000 people," a third joked.
After viewing a total of five properties, Steve and Pam wished to re-evaluate their plan and said they were thinking of increasing their budget to get a home with bigger space.
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