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Sarah Beeny Biography

Sarah Lucinda Beeny is an English broadcaster and businesswoman. She is best known for presenting Property Ladder, Property Snakes and Ladders, Streets Ahead, Britain’s Best Homes, Sarah Beeny’s Selling Houses, How to Live Mortgage Free, and Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country. Beeny was born on January 9, 1972.

Beeny is a well-known advocate for the preservation of historic buildings, and he is personally responsible for the renovation of Rise Hall, a Grade II* listed hall located in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The hall contains 32 bedrooms. Beeny is the author of a large number of books in addition to the regular columns that he has written for national newspapers and magazines. In 2018, she debuted her podcast titled Round the Houses with Sarah Beeny, which features a wide range of wealthy and famous guests who welcome Beeny into their homes and give her access to their personal lives.

Early life and education 

On January 9, 1972, in Reading, Berkshire, Sarah Lucinda Beeny was born to Richard (an architect for Bovis Homes) and Ann Beeny. [4] Sarah’s father worked for Bovis Homes. There is an older brother named Beeny. The family lived in two converted brick cottages on a nine-acre plot at Stratfield Saye in Hampshire,[6] in a manner that Beeny describes as “a bit like The Good Life.” [Note:

When Beeny was 10 years old, her mother passed away at the age of 39 from breast cancer.  She attended the all-girls Luckley-Oakfield School in Wokingham for her education as a weekly boarder after her mother’s death. Beeny did not attend university, despite the fact that many of her friends did. Instead, her English teacher encouraged her to study drama, and she eventually played a leading role in Brecht’s Caucasian Chalk Circle. [8] She attended Queen Mary’s College in Basingstoke to study drama in the hopes of getting into a drama school and launching a career as a professional actress. Unfortunately, she was not accepted.

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Beeny embarked on a circumnavigation of the globe by herself at the age of 17, and she spent the majority of the trip feeling “lonely and seasick.”

After returning to the United Kingdom, she worked a variety of jobs, such as selling door-to-door vacuum cleaners, cleaning windows, and operating her own sandwich-making business. She also did volunteer work for Save the Children.


She spent her weekends, under the presumption that she would be self-employed for the rest of her life, studying the real estate market, which provided her with a solid foundational understanding of the market. Beeny began her own property-developing business with the help of her brother and her husband after she had saved up a deposit but before she had received any kind of formal training. Beeny is also one of the co-founders of the dating website, which is based in the United Kingdom.



Beeny was asked to participate in a screen test after meeting Sarah Delafield-sister-in-law Cook’s at a hen party. Sarah Delafield-Cook is a talent hunter for Talkback Thames, and she was looking for someone to front a new program series about property development. The series was going to be fronted by a property expert. The successful format of Property Ladder has led to the creation of a number of spin-off series, such as Streets Ahead, Britain’s Best Homes, and Property Snakes and Ladders.  The stepmother who created Property Ladder was instrumental in the creation of these shows.

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Beeny gave a presentation titled “One Year to Pay Off Your Mortgage” in the year 2006. She also contributed a weekly column to the Mail on Sunday in addition to writing a number of books that went along with the series.

Beeny made an appearance on the motoring show Fifth Gear, which airs on Channel 5, in 2007. During her appearance, she competed against Jason Plato in a race using an articulated hauler. She has made an appearance on The F-Word, hosted by Gordon Ramsay, in which she offered the grass in her garden to be eaten by Ramsay’s sheep.

Beeny is a close friend of DJ Christian O’Connell, who is a prominent figure in the television industry.


She has been the host of the Channel 4 program Help! My House is Falling Down since August of 2010. Before the show was officially commissioned, the working title for this program was House Rescue.

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In the episode “Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare,” which aired in November 2010 on Channel 4, she showed her work on the renovation of Rise Hall, a Grade II* listed historic house located close to Rise, East Riding of Yorkshire, in order to turn it into a wedding venue.

In 2019, Beeny Completed the Sale of Rise Hall.


Beeny’s new series for BBC One, titled “Village SOS,” premiered in August 2011, and he was the host of the show. In this installment of the series, the program follows a group of zealous villagers who are determined to return their hometown to the splendor it once held.

In the year 2012, Beeny aired the series titled “Double Your House for Half the Money,” which demonstrated to viewers how they could potentially have the home they have always dreamed about, even if they were unable to afford to purchase it. This show aired for a total of three seasons. [source: missing citation]

In 2014, she gave a presentation titled “How to Sell Your Home,” which was written by Sarah Beeny.

The next year, 2017, saw the release of Sarah Beeny’s How to Live Mortgage Free.

At Home with Sarah Beeny is a podcast that Beeny launched in 2018, and it is a series in which famous people give Beeny access to the inside of their homes and their lives. In previous episodes of the series, special guests have included Jo Wood, Tim Lovejoy, Lynn Bowles, and Pearl Lowe. [source: missing citation]

The first episode of Sarah Beeny’s Little House Big Plans aired on Channel 4 in June of 2022.


Personal life 

At the age of 18, Beeny Swift made the acquaintance of Graham Swift, who would later become her husband and business partner. Her brother is currently married to Caroline Swift, who is Swift’s sister. Beeny and Swift are the proud parents of four sons. They came from the neighborhood of Streatham. Beeny and Swift purchased Rise Hall in the East Riding of Yorkshire in 2001 for the price of £435,000 for the property, and they immediately began restoration work on it. In 2019, Beeny and Swift sold Rise Hall for the price of £1.4 million. Following the sale of Rise Hall, Beeny and Swift uprooted their lives and relocated to the rural area of Somerset.

In August of 2022, Beeney disclosed that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and would be undergoing both radiotherapy and chemotherapy for the condition. When Beeney was only 10 years old, Beeney’s mother Ann passed away from the same disease at the age of 39.


It was revealed in November 2022 that Channel 4 had acquired the rights to produce a documentary that would follow Beeny and her family as she received treatment for her illness.

Politics and charity

In September 2014, Scotland held a referendum on the question of whether or not it should remain a part of the United Kingdom. Beeny was one of the public figures who signed a letter to The Guardian in which they expressed their hope that Scotland would vote to remain a part of the United Kingdom. The referendum was successful.

Beeny is a fervent advocate for the advancement of research into brain tumors. In March of 2017, she commented as follows: “Brain tumors are a form of cancer that is largely overlooked by potential funders because they receive so little attention. Additional research is required so that a smaller number of lives will be shattered by this terrible disease. I hope that one day in the future, people of my generation will be shocked to learn that anyone ever passed away from cancer. I hope to live to see the day when cancer is no longer a threat to a person’s life when people will no longer believe that cancer has the potential to take someone’s life.”   Beeny is another person who backs the Cardboard Citizens movement.


  • Property Ladder: How to Make Pounds from Property (Cassell Illustrated, 1 November 2002) ISBN 978-1844030224
  • Property Ladder: Profit from Property (Cassell Illustrated, 15 November 2003) ISBN 978-1844031917
  • Property Ladder: The Developer’s Bible (Cassell Illustrated, 31 October 2004) ISBN 978-1844032792
  • Sarah Beeny’s Price the Job (Collins & Brown, 14 April 2006) ISBN 978-1843403609
  • Property Ladder: Hints and Tips (Cassell Illustrated, 14 September 2006) ISBN 978-1844035182
  • A Date with Sarah Beeny:’s Guide to Dating and Dumping, Flirting and Flings (Harper, 1 May 2007) ISBN 978-0007250424
  • Property Ladder: Sarah Beeny’s Design for Profit (Cassell Illustrated, 1 June 2009) ISBN 978-1844036455
  • Sarah Beeny’s Green Your Home (Collins & Brown, 1 June 2009) ISBN 978-1843404927
  • Sarah Beeny’s 100 DIY Jobs: The Essentials Made Simple (Quadrille Publishing, 10 April 2014) ISBN 978-1857023350
  • DIY Home Repairs: 100 Fix-It-Yourself Projects (Adams Media Corporation, 2 January 2015) ISBN 978-1440585296
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