Yes, for the low, low price of 695,000 pounds, you can have a 4-bedroom lighthouse (well, the bedrooms aren't in the lighthouse) with this view:
Sandringham, the Norfolk retreat of Her Majesty The Queen. The royal family spends Christmas here, arriving in mid-December and staying through mid-February.
We got to tour the ground level -- drawing rooms, sitting rooms, dining room, and ballroom. All were lovely, and you can stand there as long as you want and ask the very knowledgeable guides as many questions as you can think of, and they will answer. We talked to one man about some china cabinets, and how they have books of photos of all the cabinets so when they clean them, they can check against a photograph that everything's back in its place. Apparently HMTQ has a freakish photographic memory and will notice when knicknacks aren't where she left them. The year before.
There's a museum on the site as well that houses many of the Royal family's past cars, even the first motor car owned by the Royal family, a 1900 Daimler Phaeton.
We left there and made our way up to Hunstanton, part of which is cheesy, amusement-park-y, so we kept driving until the lighthouse.
So, that's a cathedral, a farmer's market, a castle, a royal residence, British coastline, and a pub dinner all in one day. Any of you who visit in future may get this same agenda because it sure was fun. After all our travels in September, I'm very happy to be back home--in England.