Residence fit for Royalty – William and Kate’s home

by autopiloteditor on May 3, 2011

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Now that the future King and Queen of England are happily married they will be moving into the royal mansion – Clarence House. Clarence house is the royal mansion in London on The Mall in the City of Westminister.  The mansion was home to Queen Elizabeth and is now the residence of Prince Charles, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry and most recently the newly weds. Clarence House is valued at $78.68 Million dollars and has been used as the Royal Residence for over 170 years.

The mansion was built between 1825 and 1827, commissioned by William IV before inheriting the throne.  After World War II the mansion had a massive make over as it there was damage to the house from enemy bombing. Here’s a quick peek inside the mansion (which some parts are actually open during the summer to the public):

The Garden Room

Dining Room

Floor Plan of Clarence House

Corridor

Garden (shared into the St. James Palace Gardens)

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