Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham Estate for rent

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham Estate is available to rent.
The country retreat of Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh in Norfolk, England now has two properties available to rent by the general public and are listed on the official website for the estate.
The Garden House can be rented for £625 a week and looks out over the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s home.
The property, which was previously owned by the head gardener boasts three twin bedrooms, one double bedroom, two bathrooms, a sitting room, a dining room, a kitchen, and a coatroom.
And The Granary has three bedrooms with ensuites and a kitchen/dining room.
The property was originally a barn and was turned into living quarters.
As it is smaller than The Garden House the rents is slightly less at £600 per week.
Sandringham was the location for the christening photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte and is often visited by royalty.
The first official portrait of George with his father William by Mario Testino was taken on the day after his three-month-old sister, Princess Charlotte’s christening on July 5 on the grounds.
The estate has been passed down through four generations of the monarch and King George V once said: “Dear old Sandringham, the place I love better than anywhere in the world.”