Colin Crosby Heritage Tours

Sandringham House (Sandringham)

Sandringham House is a Royal residence, in the Jacobean style, at Sandringham inNorfolk.

It was built in 1870, on the site of a Georgian house purchased by Queen Victoria in 1861, and given to her son Albert (Bertie) Prince of Wales, later Edward VII. He moved in after his marriage to Princess Alexandra of Denmark.

The house is open to the public when members of the Royal family are not in residence.

It is the birthplace of George VI, Olaf V of Norway and Diana, Princess of Wales.

George V and George VI both died here.

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