Fancy tea with the Queen? Station master’s house on royal Sandringham Estate for sale

It is rare that you can count the Queen among your neighbors. However, a station master’s home on Sandringham Estate, built in 1898, is being offered for sale by Sowerbys Estate Agents. They describe it as a “pretty example of a beautiful home that captures the nostalgia of a bygone age”. It is listed for just shy of GBP1.2million. Highlights include a tiled hallway, a formal sitting room and a turreted formal hall. The kitchen features a high-vaulted ceiling that centers around an oil-fed Aga built into the chimney breast. Two sets of French doors open onto the terrace from the sunny garden room. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms with countryside views. The master suite has a fireplace, a dressing area, and an en-suite bath with a roll-top tub. Two sets of French doors lead out onto the terrace from the sunny garden room. “Sowerbys is delighted to bring it on the market. We anticipate high interest, as with any home this unique. “The property is seven-miles from a station with London connections / Sowerbys Estate Agents/Kristian LehnerThe stunning gold-gilded LED lighting in the 18th-century King’s Drawing Room of Kensington Palace.