These luxury properties for sale include the 17th century manor house built specifically for the Portuguese king, Duke of Windsor as governor of the Bahamas residence, the Queen’s grandparents’ residence.

The Palácio na Quinta mansion in São Sebastião, Lisbon, Portugal costs 7.5 million euros.

Location: Located in the administrative district of Lumiar, about 20 minutes drive from Lisbon city center and about 10 minutes drive from Lisbon Portela international airport.

Details: Surrounded by a formal garden for the fourth week, this seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom manor house includes an attic four-bedroom apartment in addition to an outdoor pool.

Selling point: This manor house was built in 1715 exclusively for King João V of Portugal. Joao V is called “Sun King” and the front of the main building is decorated with royal coat of arms. With a huge fortune acquired from the gold mining in the colonial Brazil, Joao V has been known to build luxurious palaces in addition to generous gifts to the Roman and Paris royal families.

Agent: Engel & Völkers Real estate agency, engelvoelkers.com, phone +351 21 096 06 40.

Chauncey Close, 19 East Hampton, New York City, USA, priced at $ 21 million

Location: Between Georgica Pond in the East Hampton and the Atlantic Ocean, about 2 hours drive from JFK international airport.

Details: This 568sqm waterfront mansion has five bedrooms and four bathrooms, an outdoor pool and restaurant, plus a private beach of almost 400 feet in length. If you spend $ 11 million you can put the adjacent 3.6 acres of land to buy.

Selling Point: The living room has wooden beams from a barn in Hever Castle in Kent, Anne Boleyn, later named Anne of Cleves In the 16th century lived here. Fortunately, these wooden beams are much better than several of Queen Henry VIII’s, and several of his queens were either beheaded or retired.

Fagelvik Castle in Valdemarsvik, Sweden, priced at 3,500 Swedish kronor (about 3.79 million U.S. dollars)

Location: Located on the southeast coast of Sweden in the Valdamash region, about 2 hours 40 minutes drive from Bromma international airport.

Details: This 3 acre castle dates back to the 14th century and has 8 toilets, in addition to well-restored murals and a former dungeon, as well as a dedicated staff accommodation area.

Selling Point: In 1429, the castle became the residence of Carl VIII of Sweden. From 1448 to 1470, Karl VIII once held the throne three times. In the 19th century, King Oscar II made his fortune through the castle and became known as “paradise on earth.”

Agents: Sotheby’s International Real Estate Company, sothebysrealty.com, tel .: +46 739 82 80 87.

The Nassau mansion in New Providence, Bahamas, priced at $ 8.5 million.

Location: Located in the Bahamas’s capital near Nassau, Goodman’s Bay offers breathtaking views of the bay and is about a 12-minute drive from Lynden Pindling International Airport.

Details: This 1,500-square-foot mansion has four bedrooms, plus two 4-bedroom guest houses and a 3-bedroom luxury home.

Selling Points: Duke of Windsor The mansion was once home to the Governor of the Bahamas in 1940. Duke of Windsor, former King Edward VIII, took the initiative in 1936 to marry a divorced American, Wallis Simpson.

Agent: 7th Heaven Properties, Website: 7thheavenproperties.com, Phone: +44 20 8960 1010.

Woolmers Park, Letty Green, Hertfordshire, UK, costs £ 16.5m
Location: Within a 10-minute walk of Letty Green village, it is less than a half-hour’s drive from Luton International Airport.

Details: This 93-acre mansion, listed as Grade II * -listed, features 8 bedrooms, plus an indoor pool, a three-bedroom small hotel and a tennis court.

Selling Point: Woolmers Park was bought in 1927 by the Earl and Countess of Strathmore, now the eldest daughter of the Queen Elizabeth II. It used to have a polo field, and the current Prince of Wales (Prince Charles) often studied polo.

Agents: Savills, savills.com, +44 20 7016 3780.