Inside Faye and Teddys stunning countryside home tours as the Love Island couple go house hunting

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Faye Winter and boyfriend Teddy Soares have stunned Love Island fans with their 'impeccable' taste in homes as they share the details of their busy weekend house hunting.

It looks like former estate agent Faye, 25, and her financial consultant partner Teddy, 26, have set their sights on a number of countryside properties set on the outskirts of London, after they revealed they'd be "taking the next step" together last week.

Although the actual locations of the properties weren't specified by the couple, who initially stated they'd be considering a Devon move, Faye did reveal that one of their favourite listings was unfortunately "the other side" of London in relation to her home county.

It suggests the six lavish homes could've been spread out over Essex, Surrey, and Hertfordshire, all popular locations for Love Island's elite.

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Homebody Faye had initially stated she would find a move from her coastal hometown to the country's capital city "a bit much".

However, only two months after leaving the Love Island villa, it seems like her and Manchester-based Teddy have compromised with a rural countryside home within commutable distance of the city.

Blonde bombshell Faye gave her fans a glimpse into what life could soon look like for her and her former Abercrombie and Fitch model boyfriend, and last night explained that she's overjoyed fans are "loving" the property content.

On Sunday night, the star shared clips of six different house viewings with her 1.1m Instagram followers.

The first property set the bar high, as the gorgeous couple viewed a semi-detached three story house which had some beautiful features.

From exposed brick walls to original fireplaces, the huge first home offered plenty of space for Faye and Teddy.

Despite its traditional features, the property had been renovated, with a huge modern kitchen installed at its back, looking out onto the garden.

The large marble island in the centre of the kitchen makes for a statement piece, and will undoubtedly be a great room for entertaining their pals.

Telling her followers that "we both loved it", unfortunately the couple won't be going for it, as it's "too far out" for them.

The second property was equally as impressive, and was a detached home, set on a picturesque estate on the outskirts of London.

With plenty of modern features including a huge white kitchen and integrated appliances, it was the perfect mix of traditional and stylish.

A massive kitchen island has been complemented with wooden bar stools, making it the perfect spot to re-live their villa moments.

Also featuring plenty of exposed brick and original fireplaces, it's clear that property expert Faye knows what she is looking for as she and her beau hunt for their dream home.

Brand new bathrooms and modern touches such as spotlights in every room keep things fresh, but the properties themselves all have some history.

With a back garden that could only be described as a small field, the home doesn't leave much else at all to be desired.

Property number three was slightly smaller in size, but made up for what it lacked in its character.

The stunning home was filled with statement decor, including chesterfield sofas and lots of animal skin hides draped across the floors and benches.

Animal lover Faye might not have been a far of those, but gave her reason for not wanting the property as it not having enough room upstairs.

The next home was something else, and was also Teddy's favourite, according to Faye.

The massive home looked like a converted school or police station, and featured at least four bedrooms, a Sex and the City-style walk-in wardrobe, and a kitchen-diner area bigger than most people's entire homes.

The grey and white kitchen also featured bi-folding patio doors which looked out onto the garden, letting plenty of light in.

Faye and Teddy's final viewing was slightly more modest in comparison, with the red-brick property looking slightly less rural than some of the first homes viewed.

It definitely had the Love Islander look that the pair had avoided so far, as it was decorated with a grey velvet sofa and a huge upholstered bed.

The bedroom also had a Juliet balcony which led onto the freshly-mowed back garden.

After attending all of the viewings, Faye admitted it made her "really miss my job".

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