Being a monarch certainly has it’s privileges.

The enormous amount of historic property owned by the British Monarchy is managed by the Crown Estate.

Last June, the Crown Estate announced it had returned a record £328.8 million ($464 million) to the Treasury in 2016, as the value of the overall estate rose to an astonishing £13.1 billion ($18.5 billion).

The list includes some of the country’s best-known buildings: Iconic race courses, grand hotels, historic castles, and an offshore energy portfolio worth over £1 billion ($1.4 billion)