OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA firefighter who transformed a drab old bungalow from rack and ruin into an incredible dream home has told how it consumed 18 months of his life and inspired a new career.James Stuart lived in the shell of the dated 1950s bungalow after gutting it to start afresh, spending bone chilling nights with nothing but a tiny heater and microwave to get him through.After 18 months of sweat, hard work and determination, the massive valuation of his dream home was such a shock it inspired the firefighter of 15 years to launch another career alongside his public service heroics.And the 37 year old, who is also a trophy winning bodybuilder, has some top tips for others looking to achieve the renovation dream.At the beginning he was almost overawed at the task that lay ahead of him. Using the fire station for a hot shower, having a hot meal at my mum “I lived and breathed it every day, they were long days.”The house, in Thornes Moor Road, Wakefield, had been owned by an elderly couple before it went to rack and ruin, and is quite distinctive locally for being situated on a large plot.James had to take the whole structure back to its walls, replacing and updating all the fittings.(Image: James Stuart)And it was not until he found out the valuation that he realised just how much reward he could get for his hard work and began to see a new life opening up for himself.”I kind of thought I can give up the chance for that money,” James explained.”I could have found a new career.
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