We had goats and were supposed to drink the milk but I didn’t like it, so my parents made cheese.I didn’t like that either, so they froze it and we had chest freezers full of goat’s cheese no one ate.Sarah landed her role on Property Ladder by randomly talking to someone at a party. Sarah’s father was an architect so she had been on building sites all her life, that’s where she built her foundation of knowledge regarding properties.
I remember how captivated I was when Property Ladder used to appear on TV. Sarah has a home in South West London and another in Yorkshire.Instinct alone is never enough – because often, what we think we know about a place simply isn’t true.” The programme took four couples – Londoners who can’t afford to buy a flat, graduates struggling to find a local job, a couple hoping to get on the property ladder and parents of pre-school children who need affordable childcare – and let them sample life in a new place.London couple Anthony and Charlotte have good jobs but pay £1,050 for rent on a shared house and have no hope of buying.I don’t quite remember exactly when, but I’m sure she was one of many inspirations for getting into the property game. She’s very close with her brother, which is a good thing, because they both married into the same family.The prospect of investing in property just seemed fun… Her husband’s sister is her brother’s wife, which sounds rather biblical, but is actually perfectly legal. Sarah Lucinda Beeny Sarah Beeny was born on 9th January 1972.They were all teenage sweethearts, too: Beeny met her husband, Graham Swift, an artist, at the age of 19.Sarah is best known for presenting property shows on Channel 4, such as ‘Property Ladder’Sarah set-up her own property development company when she was 24 with her brother and boyfriend.Speaking of which, here’s a collection of property development tips from the Bean herself.In 2003, Sarah co-hosted Britain’s Best Homes for Channel 4.Sarah recently launched a dating site: (I know, how randomly odd).