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Dersingham house owned by King Charles III on Sandringham estate put up for rent – with ‘no cats’ policy

King Charles has put one of his houses up for rent - but tenants can only stay there as long as they don't own a cat.

The three-bedroom property, which costs £1,100 a month to let, is located in Doddshill Road on the King's Sandringham estate in Dersingham.

It boasts a 'contemporary kitchen', a driveway, garage and multiple outhouses and has a reception room with an open fire, a spacious kitchen and family bathroom.

King Charles III
King Charles III
Doddshill Road in Dersingham. Picture: SWNS
Doddshill Road in Dersingham. Picture: SWNS

But the monarch has banned cats from the property and dogs are only considered on a case-by-case basis.

The ban is believed to have been brought in by Elizabeth II, over fears pets would prey on game bird chicks that breed on the 20,000-acre estate.

Although the late Queen had Welsh Corgis, she was not a fan of cats and may even have been allergic to them.

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