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On Tuesday, royal finance officials revealed a portion of St. James's Palace — a royal residence located just around the corner from the church where Prince George was christened in October 2013 — is being completely renovated into an apartment for rent to the public.
St. James's Palace, photographed in September 2013. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The new space — located on the corner of the estate where it borders Marlborough Road and Cleveland Row in London — likely won't be the last royal lodgings to hit the market. Officials confirmed another apartment at St. James's Palace may be up for rent in the future as the monarchy aims to increase income by renting properties on several royal estates.
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"We are looking at where we can commercially let properties that are on the estate, and are close but outside the secure cordon, where we can realize greater value," a source said at a palace briefing earlier this week, according to People.
St. James's Palace — which was built between 1531 and 1536 by King Henry VIII — is still a working royal palace and is often used to host official receptions for visiting heads of state and charity functions. It is also currently the residence of Prince William's cousins, Princess Beatrice, 26, and Princess Eugenie, 25, and Queen Elizabeth's cousin, Princess Alexandra, 78.
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