Sarah Beeny and husband Graham Swift continue their battle to breathe new life into their listed 97-room mansion in Yorkshire.
This second series focuses on the couple’s struggles to restore all the state rooms and further bedrooms of their Georgian house, on an increasingly tight budget. It also delves into the fascinating social and architectural history of Rise Hall and shows how to restore and decorate – on both a grand scale and tight budget.
Graham and Sarah are passionate about saving Rise Hall not just as a family home but also for the local community.Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare provides a rare glimpse into how the property guru juggles work, life, her family and an ambitious renovation project.How will Sarah deal with a slew of problems, setbacks and the tribulations that viewers have seen her bemoan in other property developers over the years?
Graham and Sarah tackle the old Regency dining room. When the house was built 200 years ago this was one of the most lavish rooms in the house.
Sarah and Graham turn their sights on the grandest rooms of all at Rise Hall – the morning room and the drawing room.
Sarah and Graham take time out from the restoration of the grand state rooms to focus on a playroom for the whole family as the battle with the local council reaches breaking point.
Property guru Sarah Beeny and her husband and business partner Graham Swift face a whole new restoration nightmare as the love/hate relationship with their Georgian country house continues.
Sarah and Graham continue their rollercoaster relationship with Rise Hall as they discover the extraordinary history of one of its rooms.
Sarah & Graham prepare their dilapidated Georgian mansion for a wedding reception. There are nightmares including a freak wasp infestation, & a twist that could prove to be heart-breaking.