Amazing £13BILLION Worth Royal Family’s Castles and Homes – Both Official and Private

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When you are a royal, it is good to have a bunch of castles to choose from. The Royal Family has a tremendous £13billion property portfolio, which includes their well-known official houses and private ones.

Nexter.org prepared you a list of top 8 of these amazing buildings.

Buckingham Palace, London, the Queen’s official home

Source: London

Who hasn’t heard about Buckingham Palace? It is the Queen and Prince Phillip’s official home and it attracts tourists from all over the world. This Palace has 52 bedrooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms.

Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, the Queen’s official home

Source: The Royal Family

A fascinating venue of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. Windsor Castle was built in the 11th century and it is one of the oldest and largest inhabited castles in the world. It serves as the family home to British kings and queens for almost 1,000 years!

Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, the Queen’s private home

Source: The Royal Family

Every year the Queen spends her holidays at Balmoral Castle, this is her favorite home and it is often described as “the most beautiful place on Earth.” The castle costs around £3 million annually to run and classified as a category A listed building by Historic Scotland.

Flat 1A, Kensington Palace, London, England, Prince William official home

Source: Vogue

In 2012 William and Kate moved in this amazing place which underwent a £4.5million refurbishment. It has 5 reception rooms, 3 master bedrooms and additional dressing rooms, bathrooms and a gym.

Anmer Hall, Sandringham Estate, Norfolk, England, Prince William private home

Source: Pinterest

In 2011, the Queen gave this house to William and Kate as a wedding present. They mostly spend their holidays here, where the Prince enjoys shooting.

Nottingham Cottage, Kensington Palace, London, England, Prince Harry private home

Source: Realtor

When Prince William moved out of the Nottingham Cottage, Prince Harry moved in. The cottage’s reception rooms are designed by Sir Christopher Wren and this is the place where Harry asked Meghan to be his wife.

Clarence House, London, England, Prince Charles official home

Source: The Royal Family

This historic building was built between 1825 and 1827 and when the Prince of Wales moved in in 2003, it was given an interior makeover. Clarence House used to be a home to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.

Highgrove House, Gloucestershire, England, Prince Charles private home

Source: The Duchy of Cornwall

This is a country retreat which is owned by the Duchy of Cornwall. It is located pretty close to London, that is why they get to enjoy this beautiful place much more often.

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Amazing £13BILLION Worth Royal Family’s Castles and Homes - Both Official and Private
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When you are a royal, it is good to have a bunch of castles to choose from. The Royal Family has a tremendous £13billion property portfolio, which includes their well-known official houses and private ones. Nexter.org prepared you a list of top 8 of these amazing buildings.
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