After failing to sell for GBP50m in 2018, the extravagant Windsor home of Sheikh Walid Juffali, a Saudi billionaire, has been relisted for GBP32m. He had been living there with his ex-wife Christina Estrada (pirelli model), who was going through one the most expensive divorces in Britain when he died. After the collapse of the Brexit market and the pandemic, the price of the property has been reduced to GBP18 million. Becky Fatemi is the founder and managing director at Rokstone Properties. She says that the family has moved on and are now looking to sell the property. They have received a lot of rental offers, but they want to sell the property. Fatemi declined comment to say which Juffali family member is selling the home. There are riding stables, paddocks, garages for 20 cars, and a cottage for the estate manager. The deeds state that residents can travel through the park on foot or by horseback, and there is a levy for GBP1 per annum. The mansion includes riding stables, paddocks, and a 20-car garage. RokstoneThe original Bishopsgate House was constructed in the 19th century. It was first listed on the ordnance survey map of 1882. This version of the property was destroyed in the early 20th-century and made way to the present grand home. The long drive winds through immaculate lawns dotted with banks of rhododendrons bushes on each side. It ends at the grand brick facade with mullioned Windows and tall chimney stacks stacks. Mirrored cabinetry, mirrored double doors and a large, pale pink butterfly motif are featured in the main bathroom. The handles of the door are ‘SJ’. The rest of this room is made of white marble with grey veins and mirrored double doors. Vast sofas look out over the circular pool, which has a white and coral-like chandelier at its centre. The spa has a statement chandelier that hangs over the circular pool / Rokstone. This is why you might want to have tea with the Queen. Station master’s house in royal Sandringham Estate up for saleThe Queen’s supposedly ‘permanent move’ to Windsor Castle is behind William and Kate’s rumoured move from London. Fatemi said, “This is a beautiful home with rare access to one of Europe’s most famous parks.” It is located in good company. Christian Candy, the developer, is just around the corner. His mansion is believed to be worth GBP150million. With the Queen’s Jubilee approaching, and in this era of Bridgerton, I expect a lot more demand for Bishopsgate. It could be another job for Ben Pentreath, the Duchess’s interior designer. Prince Charles recommended Pentreath to refresh the Kensington Palace apartment of the Cambridges. He has A-list celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker and Liv Tyler. He also renovated Anmer Hall in Norfolk for William and Kate, respecting its Georgian heritage. Fatemi declined to say who the Juffali family is selling it.