HOUSE-hunters have the chance to become the Queen’s neighbour as a £1.2million house on the royal Sandringham Estate goes up for sale.
The Grade II listed Station House is in the heart of the monarch’s 20,000-acre parklands.
It sits next to the now defunct Wolferton railway station — also known as the Royal Station as it was used by dignitaries visiting the estate.
The property was the station master’s home until the line closed in 1969 and has three double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Estate agent Sowerbys says the Norfolk pad is a “magnificent example of a beautiful home capturing the nostalgia of a bygone era”.
Built in 1898, it has a huge lawned garden and terrace with views of the sweeping countryside.
The Queen’s Sandringham House is just two miles away.
It includes tiled flooring, a turning staircase and two formal reception rooms.
It also has a large oil-fed Aga in the kitchen, French doors opening onto the garden and a principal suite with an en-suite bathroom.