In the market for a new home? How about one on the royal Sandringham Estate? (Picture: Sowerbys / SWNS)
A ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ chance to become the Queen’s next-door neighbour has come up with the sale of a stunning £1.2million home on the royal Sandringham Estate.
The attractive Grade II-listed home is set in the heart of the monarch’s 20,000 acres in Norfolk.
Estate agents have described the property, named Station House, as ‘a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to occupy an individual and historic home in a prestigious location’.
It features three double bedrooms and two bathrooms, both of which have freestanding roll-top tubs.
Station House also boasts a huge lawned garden and terrace with views of the sweeping Norfolk countryside.
The home was built in 1898 and sits next to the now-defunct Wolferton railway station — also known as the Royal Station as it was the main transit point for royals visiting Sandringham.
The ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ property is on sale for £1.2million (Picture: Sowerbys / SWNS)
It’s rather grand inside (Picture: Sowerbys / SWNS)
And just look at the views (Picture: Sowerbys / SWNS)
Sandringham House is around two miles from Station House, which was historically the station master’s residence.
Inside, the property is a ‘magnificent example of a beautiful home capturing the nostalgia of a bygone era’, according to estate agent Sowerbys.
It’s in Norfolk (Picture: Sowerbys / SWNS)
And used to serve as a station master’s dwellings (Picture: Sowerbys / SWNS)
Pretty, right? (Picture: Sowerbys / SWNS)
It has tiled floors, a turning staircase and two formal reception rooms.
There’s also a large oil-fed Aga in the kitchen, French doors opening onto the garden and a principal suite with ensuite bathroom.
The property listing can be found at the Sowerbys website.
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