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Windsor Castle valued at £180 million

Published: Wednesday 3rd of September 2008

A number of the Queen's homes, including Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace, have been valued by property site

According to the Telegraph, it is the first time the royal homes have been valued in recent times.

Windsor Castle – which is one of London's top tourist attractions – has been valued at £180 million, while Buckingham Palace is said to be worth the princely sum of £935 million.

The valuation of Windsor Castle is said to take into account the amount invested in the building following the fire in 1997.

Adam Chesterman, chief executive of Zoopla, told the publication: "As a nation obsessed with both property values and the Royal family, it's certainly interesting to know what it might cost to live the life of a royal."

Constructed over 900 years ago, Windsor is the world's largest occupied castle and is one of London's greatest historic attractions.

Those visiting Windsor Castle have the opportunity to stroll through the state apartments, view artistic treasures and take in the 14th century St George's Chapel.

Visitors to Windsor Castle can gain entry to the venue using their London Pass.

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