Royal properties to call home

The Royal Wedding is finally here, and who wouldn’t be excited about the big day. However, with the average price of wedding costing £27,000, our recent poll survey showed that most of you would prefer to spend your pennies on a deposit on a four-bedroom home.

Finding the right property can be as tricky as choosing a wedding venue, but whilst Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have Windsor Castle to tie the knot in this weekend, there are a number of properties in ‘royal’ areas throughout the country that could soon be yours! For those of you on the property hunt, we’ve handpicked several royal homes to get you into the festive spirit.

1. Royal Tunbridge Wells

YM TunbridgeWells 1805

Situated in Western Kent, this tucked away property will make an ideal family home. Not only does it have a great L-shaped lounge diner perfect for family gatherings but enough space for 8 cars (or carriages!) to park and a large garden for all those celebrations and bunting. Find out more >

2. Windsor Gardens


On the market for £209,950, the popular area of Windsor Gardens has numerous bus route and transport links which give great access to the city centre. The property benefits from a private driveway and garage. Find out more >

3. Prince Charles Road


This family home, is ideal for a first time buyer or someone looking for an extra bedroom. Presented to a high standard throughout, it’s ready to move into to get yourself set up straight away. The rear garden, approximately 70ft in length, also includes a patio and pond. Find out more >

4. Crownhill


With four bedrooms, one of which that can be used as a self-contained annex with its own shower room, two/three reception rooms and a beautifully private rear garden and parking, this property really ticks every box. Find out more >

Not quite the castle or palace you were looking for? You can start searching for your dream home here >

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