Contrary to popular belief, the Queen of England actually lives in public housing. Buckingham Palace is indeed part of the British nation. Like Windsor Castle. According to BFM TV's survey, Elizabeth II has a personal fortune of between 300 million and 450 millions euros. However, she does own castles and other properties. Here's a brief overview of Elizabeth II's and the British Crown's heritage.
A 77,000-square-meter area, 775 rooms, including 52 suites, 78 bathrooms, and a chapel. Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth's official residence, in London, would be worth 1,45 billion euros. The palace is not his. It is the property of the Crown or the State, and therefore the English.
Windsor is the largest castle in the world. It was built in 1070 by William the Conqueror, Berkshire, England. The castle has more than 1000 rooms and covers 52,000 m2. It is the favourite residence of Queen Elizabeth II and is also one of the official residences for the British Royal Family. Its value: 287 million euros. It is also owned by the British.
Gala magazine reports that the Crown Estate's possessions, also known as the Crown Estate or the royal investment fund for real estate, are worth more than 15 billion Euros.
The "Who owns the World" study claims that the British Crown holds nearly 2.7 billion hectares of land. The study reveals that the British Crown has nearly 2.7 billion hectares. This includes Canada and Australia, which are still the sovereign. Elizabeth II, the monarch with the largest landholding (5% of the globe's surface), is now the ruler.
The Queen is able to rule over large parts of the world because she owns many properties, including Sandringham Castle, England, a property covering 8,000 hectares that would be worth more 60 million euros. Balmoral Castle, Scotland, a property covering over 20,000 hectares and valued at 130 million euros, according to Marie Claire. She also inherits many other estates from her father.