Peaches Geldof's Kent home has reportedly remained untouched since her death. According to The Mirror, the £1million country house which Peaches shared with her husband Thomas Cohen and their two sons Astala and Phaedra, hasn't been lived in since her body was discovered there in April.
A neighbour told the newspaper that when the community of Wrotham see the empty house and its unkempt grounds, it is an upsetting reminder of Peaches' tragic death at the age of just 25.
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Peaches died at the age of 25
"When you see Peaches' house looking virtually untouched, it brings back what happened," said the neighbour. "It is all so very sad."
The Mirror also reports that Thomas, 24, has been too heartbroken to return to the house and is living with his sons at his parents' south east London home after asking his mother to collect some of the family's belongings for him.
Peaches' house at the time her body was found in April 2014
Amid an overgrown garden, Peaches and Thomas' former home sits with rubbish bags and a pram by the door.
It is not believed that the property is up for sale and according to Land Registry files, Peaches is still listed as it sole owner.
Peaches and Thomas's Kent home in April
In October, three months after an inquest heard that the blogger and TV presenter died from a heroin overdose, Peaches' father Sir Bob Geldof said he blames himself for his daughter's untimely passing.
Speaking to ITV News, the musician said that as Peaches' parent he was responsible for her "and clearly failed".
Peaches and Thomas with their sons Astala and Phaedra
"Of course I knew about it [her heroin addiction] and we did talk about it," said Sir Bob. "She was super bright. Too bright. A very errant mind that could focus intensely on a book which she would consume and just absorb it. But the rest was a franticness. She knew what life was supposed to be and, God bless her, she tried very hard to get there. And she didn't make it."