Sandringham, Norfolk, UK
Sandringham House and Museum set in 24 hectares (60 acres) of gardens with streams and lakes but the wider Sandringham Estate is a 240 hectares (600 acres) country park.
The original house was demolished and the existing house was built by the Prince of Wales after Queen Voctoria bought it him in the 1860s. The house is stil used as a county retreat for the royal family
The ground floor and gardens are open to the public, with the old stable block now a museum.
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