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A 'walk-in wardrobe' of the Tudor monarchs that was once part of Queen Elizabeth I's favourite palace is now an elegant home that has gone on the market for £4m.<br />
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A row of houses called the Wardrobe is one of just a few surviving parts of Richmond Palace, a once-grand royal residence near the River Thames in south-west London.<br />
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It served as a place of storage for the personal possessions and clothing of the monarchs, including Kings Henry VII and VIII and Elizabeth I.