Buckingham Palace rises 9000% in value since the Coronation

Windsor Castle has also increased in value by a staggering 9350%, from £2m in 1952 to £189m today.

It’s not just the Queen’s residences which have gone up in value;

Robert Gardner, Nationwide’s Chief Economist said: "Nationwide’s House Price Index has been going since 1952, and has therefore run for the Queen’s entire reign. During the Queen’s reign the average UK house price has increased from £1,891 to £162,722 according to our data."

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  1. Ed Dixon

    So Windsor Castle is apparently worth less than two apartments in No 1 Hyde Park?

    Complete lunacy.

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