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Phil Spencer ‘born and bred’ in the quiet Kent village with average house prices of £400k

Life & StylePhil Spencer ‘born and bred’ in the quiet Kent village with average house prices of £400k

Over the years, Phil Spencer has become a regular face across television, presenting several property-related shows including Location, Location, Location and Relocation, Relocation, Relocation. He grew up in the village on his family farm before returning to Canterbury later in life, working for an estate agent.

Phil has been described as a “country boy”, having spent much of his childhood outside with his siblings.

Littlebourne is a quiet village four miles east of Canterbury with a population of just 1,500 people.

According to Rightmove, properties in the area have an average price of £399,794.

The majority of the sales in Littlebourne during the last year have been detached properties, selling for an average of £515,056.

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They have presented the likes of Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It and in 2010, the duo set up Raise the Roof Productions with their long-term production partners.

In 2015, Phil moved out of London into the countryside with his wife of over 20 years, Fiona Spence and their two sons Ben and Jake.

The family moved into a gorgeous home in the Hampshire countryside which they share with dogs, ponies, chickens and sheep.

The stunning property was thought to have cost £3.3million, complete with 10 acres of land, its own cinema and tennis court.

Speaking to Mirror Celebs when he moved, Phil said: “I’ve loved living in South West London for the last 25 years, but have moved to Hampshire for a change of life, children getting older and changing schools.

“I was born and bred in the countryside so excited about having space, nature and greenery around us.

“Two ponies and six chickens have already joined the family.”

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