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Peaches Geldof's £1m family home where she was found dead after heroin overdose 'sells' more than a year after her death
- Tragic 25-year-old died at the property in Wrotham, Kent, in April 2013
- Peaches had lived in the five-bedroom house with her husband and sons
- She and Tom Cohen lived there from 2013 when it was listed for £995,000
- Sprawling rural home has reportedly sold 15 months after her death
Published: 02:10 BST, 19 July 2015 | Updated: 12:43 BST, 19 July 2015
Peaches Geldof's family home where the mother-of-two was found dead after a heroin overdose last year has reportedly sold, 15 months after her death.
The five-bedroom property in Wrotham, Kent, has been taken off the market after sitting empty more than a year, it was reported today.
In April last year Peaches was discovered in one of the bedrooms while her toddler son was in the house.
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Tragic: Peaches (pictured in 2012, above) died in April last year after relapsing in her use of heroin
Peaches Geldof's family home where she was found dead after a heroin overdose has reportedly been sold
Haunting: Children's swings and a slide are pictured amid weeds at Peaches Geldof's family home
A post-mortem examination revealed the mother-of-two had overdosed on heroin. She lived in the house with her husband, Tom Cohen, and their two young sons, Phaedra and Astala.
In the wake of her death the house was left untouched with photographs of a crumpled pram and children's toys scattered around the front door emerging.
Neighbours in the sleepy village said her widower had not been back to collect their belongings after being devastated by her sudden death.
'Thomas hasn't been back to the house for a long time,' one said in the months that followed the tragedy.
'Whenever he needs something, he gets his mum to pick it up.
'He is haunted by what has happened and is constantly reminded of Peaches and the happy times.'
Peaches had lived in the house with her husband, Tom Cohen, and their two young sons, Phaedra and Astala
Overgrown: Neighbours in the sleepy village said her widower had not been back to collect their belongings
Tragic: Peaches is thought to have died around April 6 while her husband and one of their sons were on a trip
Today The Sunday Mirror claimed the sprawling house had been sold though it is not clear who has bought the property or for how much.
Peaches struggled with drug abuse earlier in her life but had been clean for a number of years before her death.
She is understood to have relapsed in the months beforehand with an inquest in to her death hearing how the journalist had returned to the drug in February 2013.
Doting: Peaches has been living at the property with her husband Tom Cohen and their two young sons
Grieving: Mr Cohen is not thought to have returned to the property since his wife died. He is pictured above leaving an inquest in to her death last year
Peaches is thought to have died around April 6 while her husband and one of their sons were on a trip.
The couple bought the property in 2013 to raise their children in relative anonymity. It had been advertised online for £995,000 at the time.
Speaking after her death Peaches father Sir Bob Geldof said he blamed himself for his daughter's death.
Peaches died in chillingly similar circumstances to her mother, Paula Yates, who was found dead following a heroin overdose at her Notting Hill home.
Horror: Peaches died at the property in Wrotham, Kent, last April. She was discovered in the house with her toddler son also there
Devastated: Sir Bob Geldof later told of how he blamed himself for his daughter's death