Inside Love Island star Dr Alex George’s new home where he’s self-isolating
Love Island star Dr Alex George has finally found some new digs to rest his head after a busy day working for the NHS and it’s quite a beauty.
The 30-year-old emergency doctor was almost left homeless earlier this month when the tenancy ran out on his old flat in Clapham.
Alex then asked his followers to help him find a property in south London where he could stay that was within easy reach of Lewisham’s University Hospital where he works in the A&E unit.
It proved to be fruitful as Alex has now unveiled his gorgeous new home where he’ll be living for the foreseeable future.
Explaining the situation in his house tour on YouTube, Alex said: ‘So what happened then, was that I sold the place [his previous flat] in Clapham, this whole coronavirus situation kicked off, and I stayed and have been staying in London.
‘The problem was, the tenancy on the place came to an end, which meant that I needed to move out.’
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I finally have a home!! Finding somewhere to live amongst the craziness of covid-19 has been a stress to say the least ? Thank you to so many of you who reached out to help, it means SO much to me. The full tour of my new house is live on my YouTube channel! Link in bio ??
According to the healthcare professional, thousands of people reached out to offer assistance with his house hunt.
And what a gem they found.
The pretty townhouse features a cosy dining room in a snug corner on the ground floor, featuring a large round table and beach vibes with colourful pastel cushions and a photo of a beach transporting Alex miles away from dreary London.
Opposite the dining room is the kitchen, which has undergone a modern renovation with cream marble countertops and matching cabinets. Although it seems Alex might want to do a grocery shop as there was very little in there besides I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter and a pack of beer.
Throughout the house, many of the windows are covered with French shutters which has fast become Alex’s favourite feature of the house.
The living room is perfectly warm and inviting with deep sofas, a rustic fireplace and a large screen TV for the doctor to unwind after a stressful shift.
As for the bathroom, can we talk about the standalone bath? Alex hasn’t actually used it yet but no doubt he’ll be having a good soak before long. The family bathroom also comes with his and hers sinks which is ideal should Alex’s girlfriend, Amelia Bath, eventually visit.
The couple are currently living separately so Alex can avoid potentially exposing her to Covid-19, but there’s certainly plenty of space for Amelia to set up home post-pandemic.
Alex recently opened up about the ‘frightening’ situation of working on the coronavirus frontlines.
‘Some of my colleagues have passed away… just because you’re young, it isn’t guaranteed that you’re going to have the mild illness,’ he revealed on Good Morning Britain earlier this month.
‘We’re going to lose more colleagues which is frightening. We know we’ve got a job to do… and were doing our best.’
Inside Dr Alex George’s house where he’s self-isolating
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