Watch My Story on House Hunters International

With Adrian Leeds, Paris real estate agent

With Adrian Leeds, Paris real estate agent

Eons ago, Leopard Films documented the story of my search for a place in Paris, a search which began after my mother died from breast cancer. The episode is finally airing on HGTV this Thursday, August 7th. You’ll see what it’s like to hunt for a tiny slice of heaven in the City of Light, and get a tour of my Paris place. Don’t miss it!

House Hunters International
Aug 7 @ 10:30pm/9:30c

HGTV

Click here for more details

Here, some behind-the-scenes of the Paris shoot:

me on camera-crpt

With the crew from London in Montmartre: l to r: Director, David Holroyd; Sound, Joe Saunders; Cameraman, Mike Hodder. Yes, I know, they were super cute.

With the crew from London in Montmartre: l to r: Director, David Holroyd; Sound, Joe Saunders; Cameraman, Mike Hodder. Yes, I know, they were super cute.

Filming in the 4th arrondissement early morning. It was 0C/32F!

Filming in the 4th arrondissement early morning. It was 0C/32F!

Interviewing real estate agent, Adrian Leeds

Interviewing real estate agent, Adrian Leeds

Interviewing my friend Daniela

Interviewing my friend Daniela

20 responses to “Watch My Story on House Hunters International

  1. Hopefully HGTV Canada will show it soon , love that Paris agent, she’s pretty funny.

    Take care Lisa

  2. I loved you in this HGTV show. I was so excited for you & your new found happiness. Your excitement & enthusiasm overwhelmed me. Although I will probably never get to Paris I truly enjoyed watching as you searched for your new home. Paris truly looks wonderful! I wish you the very best & many happy years in your new surroundings!

  3. That Parisian agent is GREAT! And quite entertaining. Great story re: your hunt in the city of lights. Congrats!

  4. Anxious to see the episode. Not to get to personal but could you do a brief blog entry related to how you worked to the financing for the purchase? Think your readers might be interested in the challenges and level of complexity involved and how it would differ from purchasing property here in the United States.

    Also, did Adrienne help you find contractors to help with future renovations? I made a suggestion to House Hunters International that they should do a spin-off series that chronicles the renovation process of these properties.

  5. Thanks so much for such a detailed response. Im a cord cutter so don’t get cable and must watch episodes online or via ITunes so wasn’t aware that there was a House Hunters international renovation series.

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  7. I saw your story on House Hunters International and it was love at first site; but not with Paris but with you. I will continue to read your blog to try and share in your adventures. Have fun and enjoy life.

  8. I thoroughly enjoyed your house hunt episode in Paris. I like you feel like I belong in Paris and watch and read everything about it. Alas I am a wife mother and grandmother now in Ontario Canada and doubt I will ever live there. However I did get to live out my dream and reach Paris before I turned 40…always something I said I would do. It did not disappoint. It was truly magical. I will always remember it. Its ironic as I taped your episode of House Hunters International….I always save the ones from Paris, and decided to watch it today. Since the attacks in Paris I wondered how you were doing. If you were even still there. So I googled your name and it led me to this blog. I am now reading it all and it is very interesting. I find myself living vicariously through you. So thank you for that. I too lost my mother. I was 20 at the time and pregnant with my first child. I was devistated as we were very close. I lost my dad 7 years ago and that was even harder. But we persevere and carry on. That’s what women do…lol. I am glad I found this blog tonight and will now follow you. Know that you are inspiring…and have a cup of coffee for me at a little cafe will ya? Take Care…

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