How Old is Buck House?


March 1, 2020 by admin

Buck House is the popular name for Buckingham Palace the official residence and home of the Queen in London. Buckingham Palace is the official residence of UK monarchs and was first built as a town house for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703. In 1761 it was acquired by George III as a house for Queen Charlotte. The original house was enlarged considerably compared to the old house with the additional of additional wings and facades until it looks very much like the house as it appears today with some slight modifications including to the balcony in 1913. It was not until Queen Victoria who came to the throne in 1837 that the palace became the official residence of the monarchy.

Buckingham palace is open to the public. in total it has over 700 rooms and has the largest “private” garden in london.

Previous hoses that stood on the site include goring house and arlington house.



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