Sarah Beeny, 48, is returning to the television screens tonight in her new programme Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country which follows her and her family’s relocation to Somerset. She started her career at a very young age that would see her go onto present a whole host of Channel 4 property shows. How much is her net worth?
She has amassed this fortune by owning several businesses and presenting many television property programmes.
Sarah has presented the likes of Property Ladder, Four Rooms, Village SOS and Double Your House for Half the Money.
She has added to her fortune by creating a popular UK dating website called Mysinglefriend.
The property expert also owns the online estate agent, Tepilo.com.
In her personal life, she has four sons with her husband, Graham Swift.
The new programme, airing tonight on Channel 4, follows the family’s move from London to Somerset where they have bought a dairy farm.
The description of the programme says: “Following Sarah Beeny and her family as they relocate from London to Somerset, renovating a semi-derelict former dairy farm into their dream family home.
“In this first episode, the family start to adapt to their new life, and draw up plans for their ambitious modern stately home. Later, the whole family help out with lambing season.”
Their London mansion was sold for a staggering £3.5million last year.
It featured seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, four reception rooms and a huge landscaped garden.
From one property expert to another, how much is Kirstie Allsopp worth?
According to The Sun, Kirstie is worth a staggering £16million thanks to her successful career in the industry.
Kirstie is perhaps best known by many for her co-hosting role alongside Phil Spencer on Location, Location, Location where she uses her property knowledge to find people their dream homes.
As well as making her money on screen, Kirstie is a journalist and has previously written for magazines including Country Living and Food & Homes Magazine.
Kirstie also came from a very wealthy background and is the daughter of Charles Henry Allsopp, 6th Baron Hindlip.
She is entitled to use the name The Honourable Kirstie Allsopp.