A Look Inside the Queen's 6 Lavish Royal Residences
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Queen Elizabeth II, Of Her Entire Portfolio, Her Prime Properties Are Split Between Four "Official Residences" and Two Privately-owned Residences — Passed Down From Her Father, George VI. It's in These Six Opulent Houses That the Queen Spends Almost All of Her Time.
1. Crown-owned: Buckingham Palace, London, England. Foxtons Estate Agents Valued the Queen's Headquarters at Over £2.2 Billion
2. Crown-owned: Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England. Built Under William the Conqueror in the 11th Century, Windsor Is the Longest-occupied Palace in Europe. It's the Queen's Country Residence. She Spends Most Weekends Here.
3. Crown-owned: Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland. Holyroodhouse Is the Queen's Official Scottish Residence. It Is Also Where Mary, Queen of Scots, Married Twice.
4. Crown-owned: Hillsborough Castle, County Down, Northern Ireland. Hillsborough Is the Queen's Official Residence in Northern Ireland, Made So After the War of Irish Independence Meant She Could No Longer Occupy a Royal Residence in Dublin.
5. Private: Sandringham House, Norfolk, England. Sandringham Has Remained Privately-owned by the Royal Family Since It Was Purchased in 1862 by Queen Victoria.
6. Private: Balmoral Castle – Aberdeenshire, Scotland. 50 Full-time Staff Are Employed at the Fully-functioning Estate That Houses Ponies, Deer and Highland Cattle.
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