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When the third series of BBC1 sitcom Outnumbered ended last year, the chaotic Brockman family, headed by Hugh Dennis, were struggling to sell their house in Wandsworth, South-West London.
The plot not only raised plenty of laughs as the clan struggled to keep the house tidy and tried to persuade unwilling buyers to make an offer, it also struck a chord with Tyger Drew-Honey, who plays the Brockmans’ eldest son Jake and whose own home in Surrey is now on the market.
In the show, Jake, his nine-year-old brother Ben and sister Karen, seven, rule the roost in the Brockmans’ cluttered terrace house.
But offscreen, Tyger and mother Linzi, 51, rattle around in their luxurious house – which has six bedrooms, five reception rooms, three bathrooms and a cinema – on the gated Burwood Park estate near Walton-on-Thames.
It was for sale last year but, like Tyger’s screen mum Sue, Linzi found the endless chore of tidying up for viewings too much effort in a quiet market. She now thinks things have picked up in Surrey and has put the house back on for £2,495,000.
‘I am messy and leave clothes all over the floor,’ says Tyger, 15.
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