There’s Awkward Drama With Duchess Camilla and Her Country Estate Neighbor


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A further day, yet another royal housing scandal to hold up with. On leading of there being some delicate drama involving the Cambridges and Princess Eugenie on who will get to transfer into Adelaide Cottage, Duchess Camilla is getting problems with her place property. Simply because, indeed, she has her have place residence (technically, it’s a mansion) just a 15-moment travel from the estate she shares with Prince Charles.

The Every day Mail experiences that Camilla’s spot, Ray Mill Home, has just one close neighboring home: the Previous Mill, which is owned by Phil Clayton. The two houses share a lane, and evidently Clayton has renovated a garage on his assets to potentially hire out to tourists, Airbnb type.

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The Claytons have reportedly been renovating their location for 5 many years, and Camilla has been at “loggerheads” with them about it, submitting three (3) complaints. In 2017, the estate manager of her and Charles’s official household, Highgrove, wrote a letter on her behalf saying they were being anxious that the garage’s design and style was “not conducive to a typical garage in that there are a few massive home windows and a doorway.” They also complained in 2018 that the “proposed structure appears to be greater and better than the current constructing.” Ok!

FYI, this property (which Camilla compensated £850,000 for in 1996) has been the supply of drama in the earlier as perfectly. The Every day Mail experiences that in 2006, it was unveiled that the taxpayer was shelling out a hefty £1.8 million stability invoice at the house, which obviously resulted in all varieties of facet-eye.

In any case, this has been the latest in Royal Housing Drama™, see you subsequent time!

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