Monarch Queen Elizabeth’s dominion may only extend to the United Kingdom and several commonwealths, but she now owns her very own condo in Chicago. Fittingly, it’s in the building known as The Buckingham.

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Though she hasn’t been in Chicago in 56 years, she purchased the 26th-floor condominium at 360 E. Randolph Street in late August.

According to Crain’s, the condo was purchased by the Queen, but is not intended for her.

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The condo is intended to be the home of her Canadian consul, Roy Norton. In case you did not know, Queen Elizabeth is the constitutional queen of Canada.

With three bedrooms, a den, three baths and its very own laundry room, Norton should be quite comfortable. The condo likely sold for more than $1.57 million.

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Mason Johnson is a web content producer for CBS Chicago. You can find him on Twitter.