Sarah Beeny Net Worth


Sarah Beeny’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Sarah Beeny (Sarah Lucinda Beeny) was born on 9 January, 1972 in Reading, United Kingdom, is a Property developer, businesswoman, broadcaster. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Sarah Beeny’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As Sarah Lucinda Beeny
Occupation Property developer, businesswoman, broadcaster
Age 49 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 9 January 1972
Birthday 9 January
Birthplace Reading, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

What is Sarah Beeny’s net worth?

Sarah Beeny’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Sarah Beeny is 49 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

Sarah Beeny Social Network

Instagram Sarah Beeny Instagram
Twitter Sarah Beeny Twitter
Facebook Sarah Beeny Facebook
Wikipedia Sarah Beeny Wikipedia

Early Life: Source Wikipedia


Beeny met her husband and business partner, Graham Swift, when she was 18 years old. Her brother is married to Swift’s sister, Caroline. Beeny and Swift have four sons. They previously lived in Streatham. They also owned Rise Hall, in the East Riding of Yorkshire; Beeny and Swift sold Rise Hall for £1.4 million in 2019. After selling Rise Hall, Beeny and Swift quit London and moved to the Somerset countryside.


Beeny launched her podcast Round the Houses with Sarah Beeny in 2018, featuring a host of rich and famous guests who allow Sarah into their homes and their lives. Series one includes Joe Sugg, Julian Clary, June Sarpong, Jo Wood, Lynn Bowles, Pearl Lowe and Tim Lovejoy.

In 2018, Beeny launched podcast At Home with Sarah Beeny, a series where rich, famous and fabulous personalities give Sarah Beeny unprecedented access to the inside of their homes, and their lives. The series includes guests Joe Sugg, Julian Clary, Jo Wood, June Sarpong, Tim Lovejoy, Lynn Bowles and Pearl Lowe.


How to Live Mortgage Free with Sarah Beeny in 2017 saw Sarah sharing tricks to avoid mortgage payments altogether.


In 2014, she meets homeowners ditching traditional estate agents as they try to sell their homes online in Sarah Beeny’s How to Sell Your Home.

In August 2014, Beeny was one of 200 public figures who were signatories to a letter to The Guardian expressing their hope that Scotland would vote to remain part of the United Kingdom in September’s referendum on that issue.


In 2012, Sarah presented Double your House for Half the Money, a series that showed viewers how they can have the home they’ve always dreamed about, even if you can’t afford to buy it. This series ran for 3 seasons.


In August 2011, Beeny began presenting a new series for BBC One titled Village SOS. In this series, the programme follows a group of passionate villagers who want to restore their village to its former glory.


Since August 2010, she has fronted the Channel 4 programme Help! My House is Falling Down, which had the working title of House Rescue before its commission.

In November 2010, she presented Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare on Channel 4, showing her renovation of Rise Hall, a Grade II* listed historic house near Rise, East Riding of Yorkshire, to create a wedding venue.


In August 2007, Sarah starred in a promotional trailer for Channel 4 which was made in the form of a parody of a Kung Fu movie. The classic line “You dare to challenge the might of the Beeny”, was said by Beeny to the evil nemesis. Later that year, she also appeared on the Channel 5 motoring show Fifth Gear, where she raced Jason Plato in an articulated lorry around a course. Beeny has appeared on Gordon Ramsay’s The F-Word, where she offered up her garden for Gordon’s sheep to feed on.


In 2006, Sarah presented another Channel 4 programme, One Year to Pay Off Your Mortgage. She has written a number of books to accompany the series, as well as a weekly column for the Mail on Sunday.


Sarah Lucinda Beeny (born 9 January 1972) is an English broadcaster and entrepreneur. She is best known for presenting UK property shows such as Property Ladder, Property Snakes and Ladders, Streets Ahead, Britain’s Best Homes, Help! My House is Falling Down, Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare, Double Your House for Half the Money, Sarah Beeny’s Selling Houses, How to Live Mortgage Free and Renovate Don’t Relocate.

The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia articles.The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.