The Crown Estate owns land across the UK and this includes holdings in Berkshire.
The Crown Estate is a collection of land and holdings which technically belong to the British monarch.
The Queen does have a portfolio of private estates, however, and this includes Sandringham and Balmoral.
Overall, the Crown Estate has a massive portfolio of land and this includes the entirety of Regent Street and 14 retail parks.
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You may also be surprised to know that the Crown Estate doesn’t actually own Windsor Castle, but it does own some of the land near it.
What you also might not know is that the Crown Estate also owns a Hotel and Gardens in Windsor.
Crown Estate in Berkshire:
- Frogmore Cottage
- Ye Harte and Garter Hotel and Spa
- The Savill Garden and Building in Windsor Great Park
The Crown Estate bought the hotel Ye Harte and Garter back in 2007 for £26 million.
It was a joint venture company controlled by Emma & Lewis Davis’s Central Investment Properties.
The Crown Estate also owns the Savill Garden building in Windsor Great Park.
The Queen planted a rose garden there in 2010.
The Crown Estate is one of the largest property managers in the UK with its portfolio of properties valued at around £14.1 billion.
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