She was born Sarah Lucinda Beeny in Reading, Berkshire, on January 9 1972 to parents Richard and Ann, who died of cancer when Sarah was 10.
She described her upbringing as “a bit like The Good Life” as the family lived in cottages on the Duke of Wellington’s estate and kept chickens, goats and ducks.
SHE is the go-to girl when it comes to property shows, whether they are about developing or buying.
Sarah Beeny has fronted a string of popular property programmes on British TV – and has also played a part in helping Britain’s singles find love.
The show led to various spin-offs, including Property Snakes and Ladders.
Sarah also presented One Year To Pay Off Your Mortgage and she wrote a number of books to accompany the series as well as a weekly column for The Mail on Sunday.
But by 2008, she wanted to reside full time in Covert and give back to her own community.“Covert's my hometown. If it weren't for the people in Covert, I wouldn't have had the career I had,” she said.
Sarah is married to Graham Swift who she met when she was 18 and they have four children. Sarah travelled the world at 17 and on her return she took on various odd-jobs from window cleaning to running her own sandwich business.In 2016/17, he made the step up to the U23s, helping Jason Euell’s side to the PDL2 South crown and also gained senior experience at Greenwich Borough and East Grinstead Town.