Calling all royal fans, Princess Margaret's former home is up for sale

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon’s former home is now up for sale [Photo: Christie & Co]

Royal fanatics can now purchase a piece of history, as the North Wales holiday home Princess Margaret used to share with former husband Lord Snowdon has gone up for sale.

The mansion – now known as Plas Dinas – was once part of the Snowdon family estate and was where the couple spent most weekends during their 18-year marriage.

Now, it could be yours for a surprising £375,000.

After the couple declared their divorce back in 1978, the regal home has since been turned into a nursing home before eventually becoming a hotel in the late 1990s.

The 15-acre pastel-hued residence dates back to the 17th century and boasts a grand total of ten en-suite bedrooms fit for a Queen.

The property boasts 10 en-suite bedrooms and a large living room (complete with grand piano) [Photo: Getty]

Adding to its charm, a grand piano sits in the living room with chandeliers hanging throughout the regal property.

Nestled in woodland, the home also features a courtyard garden and a separate two-bedroom detached lodge in its impressive grounds.

The North Wales residence even comes furnished with the family’s portraits [Photo: Christie & Co]

Interestingly, the property is also still home to several family portraits and original furniture which once belonged to the Armstrong-Jones family.

But there’s a catch.

The £375,000 fee will only grant the new home owner a 23-year lease on the property and they will have to foot a £34,450 bill per annum – a figure sure to test how much you really love the Windsor clan.

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