Marisa loves the charm of her old three bedroom house in the neighbourhood she loves. But her husband Chris feels that now that they are a family of five, they are being squeezed-out. No front hall closet makes for a cluttered entranceway, the closed-off-ness of the dining/kitchen area means that their daughter's food allergies cannot be monitored when they are not in the room. And their son and a daughter are having a battle of the sexes sharing a bedroom. All this and a climate control issue that affects the day to day living for the family in this century home. Can David find the house of their dreams in this ideal neighbourhood? Can Hilary still deliver after a design detail the family neglected to inform her of is thrown at her at the 11th hour?