Prince Charles’ glorious former home is up for sale for the first time since he sold it over 27 years ago — but there’s a catch.
Listed at nearly $6.7 million, the next buyer must be OK with his royal highness stopping by to fish.
The listing explains that since the home was built in 1906, it has been owned by the Duchy of Cornwall — an estate that funds “the public, charitable and private activities of the Prince of Wales and his family,” according to its website.
“A quirk remaining from the previous ownership allows his royal highness to retain the right to fish on the property’s riverbank as long as 24-hour notice is given,” a representative for the real estate agency, Knight Frank, told Insider.
In the olden days, of course, the kings and princes could do that at any home they wanted. They were all the king’s fish, after all.