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For many Londoners, Sarah Beeny’s new property show will look like a work of pure fantasy.
It’s enough of a dream to stop renting and cough up a huge deposit for a tiny flat and get on the property ladder in the first place.
Now, Rise Hall is certainly not the ‘nightmare’ it once was and thanks to Sarah, Graham and their incredible team, this hugely important piece of British heritage has been saved and is enjoying its renaissance as one of the UK’s top wedding and events venues.
They bought the former convent 10 years ago and were granted a wedding licence by East Riding Council in 2010, although couples were not allowed to get married 'over concerns for the health and safety of their registrars'.
With a Grand Designs feel, the project involved jumping through plenty of hoops and building the place from scratch – but she has ended up mortgage-free with a unique eco-friendly home.
As for those in the capital, there’s a more familiar-looking solution: the house-boat.
The property developer said: 'Both Graham and I are so pleased that we are able to realise our dreams in bringing this beautiful house alive again and we look forward to sharing Rise Hall with future couples who are now able to get married here.'Speaking last year Beeny said: 'Every time we agree things, they say they want more things; I think our frustration is that Rise Hall is a really important significant building and everything has been done to a really high standard.
The Dating Lab invested in in 2010 to combine the expertise of both parties and help drive the brand forward.
The following day her sister-in-law rang Sarah asking her if she wanted to be the front face for a new series. Before moving into property, Beeny tried her hand at various jobs including working for Save the Children, having a window-cleaning business, and selling vacuum cleaners door-to-door. She came up with the idea when trying introduce a friend of hers to the brother of someone at work.
Sarah started her internet dating service with a pal two years ago after spending most of her life match-making friends.
On the side, Sarah founded dating website My Single Friend in 2005, which stemmed from her love of matchmaking.
The site gets a close friend or relative to recommend a friend and explain their positive attributes to potential dates.
She has since starred in numerous TV programmes, often with a property theme - including most recently Double Your House for Half the Money.