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An official residence is the residence at which a nation's head of state, head of government, governor or other senior figure officially resides. It may or may not be the same location where the individual conducts work-related functions or lives.


United Nations

  • 3 Sutton Place, Manhattan, New York City (residence of the Secretary-General of the United Nations)
  • Benin

  • Presidential Palace
  • Botswana

  • State House (President)
  • Burkina Faso

  • Palais Kosyam
  • Burundi

  • Kiriri Presidential Palace
  • Cameroon

  • Unity Palace
  • Cape Verde

  • Palácio Presidencial
  • Central African Republic

  • Presidential Palace
  • Chad

  • Presidential Palace
  • Comoros

  • Presidential Palace
  • Congo, Democratic Republic of the

  • Kinshasa Presidential Palace Palais de la Nation
  • Congo, Republic of the

  • Brazzaville Presidential Palace
  • Côte d'Ivoire

  • Le Palais de la Présidence (President)
  • Djibouti

  • Presidential Palace
  • Egypt

  • Abdeen Palace
  • Heliopolis Palace
  • Koubbeh Palace
  • Montaza Palace
  • Ras el-Tin Palace
  • Equatorial Guinea

  • Government Building
  • Eritrea

  • Asmara President's Office
  • Ethiopia

  • National Palace (President)
  • Imperial Palace (Prime Minister)
  • Gabon

  • Presidential Palace
  • Gambia

  • State House (President)
  • Ghana

  • Osu Castle formal (Presidential) residence
  • Golden Jubilee House current (Presidential) residence
  • Peduase Lodge (Presidential) retreat
  • Guinea

  • Presidential Palace
  • Villa Syli (official guest house)
  • Former

  • Belle Vue (demolished; former summer residence of the President)
  • Guinea-Bissau

  • Presidential Palace
  • Kenya

  • State House (President)
  • Lesotho

  • Royal Palace (King)
  • Liberia

  • Executive Mansion (President)
  • Libya

  • Al Nasr Convention Centre (General National Congress )
  • Dar al-Salam Hotel (House of Representatives )
  • Abusita Navy Base (Presidential Council)
  • Royal Palace of Tripoli (King, formerly)
  • Bab al-Azizia (Leader and Guide of the Revolution, formerly)
  • Madagascar

  • Iavoloha
  • Ambohitsorohitra
  • Malawi

  • Sanjika Palace (President)
  • New State House (President)
  • Mali

  • Presidential Palace
  • Mauritania

  • Presidential Palace
  • Mauritius

  • State House (President)
  • Clarisse House (Prime Ministers)
  • Morocco

  • Mechouar Essaid, Rabat (main residence)
  • Dâr-al-Makhzen, Fes
  • Dâr-al-Makhzen, Meknes
  • Marchane Palace, Tangier
  • Bahia Palace, Marrakech
  • El Badi Palace, Marrakech
  • Mozambique

  • Palácio da Ponta Vermelha (President)
  • Namibia

  • State House (President)
  • Niger

  • Presidential Palace
  • Nigeria

  • Aso Rock Villa (President)
  • Rwanda

  • Urugwiro
  • São Tomé and Príncipe

  • Presidential Palace
  • Senegal

  • Palais de la Republique (President)
  • Seychelles

  • State House (President)
  • Sierra Leone

  • State House (President)
  • Somalia

  • Villa Somalia (President)
  • South Africa

  • Mahlamba Ndlopfu, Pretoria, (President)
  • Union Buildings, Pretoria (President)
  • Genadendal building (formerly called Westbrooke), Cape Town (President)
  • Nkandla (homestead), Limpopo (President Family homestead)
  • Provincial

  • Leeuwenhof (Premier of the Western Cape)
  • Provincial, former

  • Cape Province:
    Government House (Governor, formerly; kept as offices for Prime Minister)
  • Transvaal:
    Government House (Lieutenant General, formerly)
  • Natal:
    Government House (Lieutenant-Governor, formerly)
  • Orange Free State:
    Government House (Governor, formerly)
  • Sudan

  • Presidential Palace
  • Swaziland

  • Lozitha Palace (King)
  • Tanzania

  • State House (President)
  • Togo

  • The Palace of the Governors
  • Tunisia

  • Carthage Palace
  • Uganda

  • State House (President)
  • Zambia

  • State House (President)
  • Zimbabwe

  • State House (President)
  • Antigua and Barbuda

  • Government House (Governor General)
  • Bahamas

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Barbados

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Ilaro Court (Prime Minister)
  • Cuba

  • Palacio de la Revolución (First Secretary)
  • Former

  • Presidential Palace (President)
  • Dominica

  • Government House (President)
  • Dominican Republic

  • Palacio Nacional, Dominican Republic (President)
  • Grenada

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Haiti

  • National Palace (destroyed by the 2010 earthquake)
  • Jamaica

  • King's House, also Government House (Governor-General)
  • Jamaica House (Prime Minister's office)
  • Vale Royal (Prime Minister)
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Saint Lucia

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Trinidad and Tobago

  • President's House
  • St. Anns Diplomatic Residence (Prime Minister)
  • Whitehall (Prime Minister's office)
  • Official residence (Chief Secretary, Tobago House of Assembly)
  • Belize

  • Belize House (Governor-General)
  • Former

  • Government House (Governor-General, formerly; kept for official government functions, visiting foreign dignitaries, and as House of Culture Museum)
  • Federal

  • Rideau Hall (Monarch; Governor General, Ottawa residence)
  • Citadelle of Quebec (Monarch; Governor General, Quebec City residence)
  • 24 Sussex Drive (Prime Minister)
  • Harrington Lake (Prime Minister, country retreat)
  • Stornoway (Leader of Opposition)
  • The Farm, Gatineau Park (Speaker of the House of Commons)
  • 7 Rideau Gate (visiting foreign dignitaries)
  • Provincial

  • British Columbia:
    Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  • Manitoba:
    Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  • New Brunswick:
    Old Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  • Nova Scotia:
    Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  • Prince Edward Island:
    Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador:
    Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  • Quebec:
    Édifice Price/Price Building (Premier)
  • *The provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Quebec no longer have official residences for their lieutenant governors, but do provide them with accommodations; in the case of Ontario, only if necessary.

    Costa Rica

  • Casa Presidencial, Costa Rica (President)
  • El Salvador

  • Casa Presidencial, also called Casa Blanca (President)
  • Guatemala

  • Casa Presidencial
  • Former

  • National Palace (Guatemala)
  • Honduras

  • Palacio José Cecilio del Valle (President)
  • Mexico

  • Los Pinos (President)
  • Former

  • National Palace (Emperor then President, formerly; kept as seat of Federal Executive)
  • Castillo de Chapultepec (Emperor then President, formerly; kept as National Museum of History)
  • *In every state of the Mexico the Palacio de Gobierno, or Government Palace, was the official residence the governor, they are now maintained solely as the relevant governor's offices.



  • Casa de la Corregidora (Governor mansion)
  • Nicaragua

  • Presidential Palace
  • Presidential Palace(former)
  • Panama

  • Palacio de las Garzas (President)
  • United States

  • White House (President)
  • Camp David (President, retreat)
  • Number One Observatory Circle (Vice President)
  • Blair House (visiting foreign dignitaries)
  • Presidential Townhouse (guest house for former Presidents)
  • Trowbridge House (currently being renovated to replace the Presidential Townhouse)
  • Waldorf Astoria New York (Ambassador to the United Nations)
  • Quarters Six (Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff)
  • Quarters One (Chief of Staff of the United States Army)
  • Quarters Seven / Air House (Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force)
  • Quarters A / Tingey House (Chief of Naval Operations)
  • Historic Home of the Commandants (Commandant of the Marine Corps)
  • State

  • Alabama:
    Governor's Mansion
    President's Mansion (President of the University of Alabama)
  • Alaska:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Arkansas:
    Governor's Mansion
  • California:
    Governor's Mansion
    Blake House (President of the University of California)
    University House (most common name for official residences of the chancellor of each individual University of California campus)
  • Colorado:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Connecticut:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Delaware:
  • Florida:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Georgia:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Hawaii:
    Washington Place (Queen then Governor, formerly kept as museum)
    ʻIolani Palace (Queen, formerly kept for official government functions)
    Hulihee Palace (Queen, formerly retained as museum)
    College Hill (University of Hawaii President)
  • Idaho:
    The Idaho House
  • Illinois:
    Executive Mansion (Governor)
    Supreme Court Justices' apartments
    University of Illinois at Chicago Chancellor's Residence
    President's House, home of the University of Illinois' President
  • Indiana:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Iowa:
    Terrace Hill
  • Kansas:
    Cedar Crest
  • Kentucky:
    Governor's Mansion
    Old Governor's Mansion (now official residence of the Lieutenant Governor)
    Maxwell Place (President of the University of Kentucky)
    Amelia Place (President of the University of Louisville)
  • Louisiana:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Maine:
    Blaine House
  • Maryland:
    Government House
    Jennings House (from 1777–1870)
  • Massachusetts:
  • Michigan:
    Governor's Residence, Lansing
    Governor's Residence, Mackinac Island (summer residence)
  • Minnesota:
    Governor's Residence
    Eastcliff (President of the University of Minnesota)
  • Mississippi:
    Governor's Residence
  • Missouri:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Montana:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Nebraska:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Nevada:
    Governor's Mansion
  • New Hampshire:
    Bridges House
  • New Jersey:
    Governor's Ocean House (Summer Residence)
  • New Mexico:
    Governor's Mansion
  • New York:
    Executive Mansion
  • North Carolina:
    Executive Mansion
    Western Residence (Mountain Retreat)
  • North Dakota:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Ohio:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Oklahoma:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Oregon:
    Stiff-Jarman House (prior to 1988)
    Mahonia Hall
    McMorran House (University of Oregon President)
  • Pennsylvania:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Rhode Island:
  • South Carolina:
    Governor's Mansion
  • South Dakota:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Tennessee:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Texas:
    Governor's Mansion
    Texas Speaker's Apartment (at Texas State Capitol)
    Texas Lieutenant Governor's Apartment (prior to 1983 fire) (at Texas State Capitol)
  • Utah:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Vermont:
    The Pavilion
  • Virginia:
    Executive Mansion
    President's House (President of The College of William & Mary)
  • Washington:
    Governor's Mansion
    Hill-Crest (President of the University of Washington)
  • West Virginia:
    Executive Mansion
  • Wisconsin:
    Governor's Mansion
    Olin House (Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin - Madison)
    Chancellor's Residence (Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee)
  • Wyoming:
    Governor's Mansion
  • Territorial

  •  Puerto Rico
  • La Fortaleza (Governor's Mansion)
  • Playa El Convento (Governor's Beach Retreat)
  •  Guam
    Government House (Governor)
  • Local

    Note that some mayors in cities with an official mayor's residence choose instead to reside at their private residence, using the official residence for official functions only. This has occurred in the 21st century in Detroit and New York City, although as of 2016 the mayors of both cities live in the official residences. In the case of Denver, no mayor has ever lived in the official residence; the city instead makes it available to certain non-profit groups for special functions.

  • Denver, Colorado:
  • Detroit, Michigan:
    Manoogian Mansion
  • Los Angeles, California:
    Getty House
  • New York, New York:
    Gracie Mansion
  • Henry County, Ohio:
    Henry County Sheriff's Residence and Jail (former)
  • Other

    This section is reserved for official residences maintained by private, nongovernmental institutions.

  • New Orleans, Louisiana:
    2 Audubon Place (President of Tulane University)
  • Princeton, New Jersey:
    Springdale (President of Princeton Theological Seminary)
    Walter Lowrie House (President of Princeton University)
  • Charleston, West Virginia:
    Young-Noyes House (President of the University of Charleston)
  • Salt Lake City, Utah:
    Beehive House (President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; former)
  • Argentina

  • Casa Rosada (Presidential office)
  • Quinta de Olivos (Presidential residence)
  • Chapadmalal Residence (Summer House)
  • Bolivia

  • Palacio Quemado (President's office)
  • Palace of Calacoto (Official residence of the President)
  • Castillo blanco (Winter residence of the President)
  • Principado de la Glorieta (Summer residence of the President)
  • Villa Albina (Summer residence of the President)
  • Mercado street (Office prime minister)
  • Casa Verde (Official residence of the prime minister)
  • Brazil

  • Palácio da Alvorada (Presidential residence)
  • Palácio do Planalto (Presidential office)
  • Granja do Torto (President, retreat)
  • Palácio Rio Negro (President, retreat)
  • Palácio do Jaburu (Vice President)
  • Former

  • Catete Palace (President, formerly; kept as Museu da República)
  • Palace of São Cristóvão (King and Emperor, formerly; kept as the National Museum of Brazil)
  • Palácio Imperial de Petrópolis (Emperor, summer residence, formerly; kept as Imperial Museum of Brazil)
  • State

  • Federal District
  • Palácio do Buriti
  • Maranhão
  • Palácio dos Leões
  • Minas Gerais
  • Palácio da Liberdade
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Palácio Laranjeiras
  • São Paulo
  • Palácio dos Bandeirantes
  • Chile

  • None. The President uses own private residence.
  • Presidential Palace of Cerro Castillo, Viña del Mar (President, retreat)
  • Former

  • Palacio de La Moneda (President, formerly; kept as office for President)
  • Colombia

  • Casa de Nariño (President)
  • Hacienda Hato Grande (President, retreat)
  • Casa de Huspedes Ilustres (President, summer retreat) Cartagena
  • Ecuador

  • Palacio de Carondelet (President)
  • Guyana

  • State House (President)
  • Paraguay

  • Mburuvichá Roga (President)
  • Palacio de los López (Presidential office)
  • Peru

  • Palacio de Gobierno (President)
  • Suriname

  • Gouvernementsgebouw, better known as Presidential Palace
  • Uruguay

  • Palacio Estévez (former President's office, now protocolar acts)
  • Edificio Libertad (former President's office)
  • Torre Ejecutiva (present President's office)
  • Suarez Residence (Presidential residence)
  • Anchorena Park (President, retreat)
  • Venezuela

  • Palacio de Miraflores (President)
  • La Casona (Presidential residence)
  • La Guzmania (former Vacation Residence)
  • Kazakhstan

  • Ak Orda Presidential Palace (President)
  • Kyrgyzstan

  • White House, also Government House or Presidential Palace
  • Tajikistan

  • Presidential Palace
  • Turkmenistan

  • Oguzkhan Presidential Palace (President)
  • Uzbekistan

  • Oqsaroy (President)
  • People's Republic of China

  • Zhongnanhai (Communist Party/State Council)
  • Jade Spring Hill (Villa area of the Central Military Commission)
  • Beidaihe District (Communist Party's summer retreat place)
  • Diaoyutai State Guesthouse (visiting dignitaries)
  • Former

  • Forbidden City (Emperor)
  • Zhongnanhai (Emperor, family)
  • Old Summer Palace (Emperor, retreat)
  • Mukden Palace (Emperor, summer residence)
  • Chengde Mountain Resort (Emperor, summer residence)
  • Summer Palace (Emperor, retreat)
  •  Hong Kong
  • Government House (Chief Executive)
  • Fanling Lodge (Chief Executive - Summer)
  • Victoria House and Victoria Flats (15 Barker Road, The Peak) (Chief Secretary)
  • Residence of the Financial Secretary (45 Shouson Hill Road, Deep Water Bay) (Financial Secretary)
  • Residence of Secretary for Justice (19 Severn Road, The Peak) (Secretary for Justice)
  • Chief Justice's House (19 Gough Hill Road, The Peak) (Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal) Also Known as Clavadel
  • Headquarters House (11 Barker Road, The Peak) (Commanding Officer of PLA in Hong Kong)
  • Former British Colony of Hong Kong
  • Flagstaff House (commander of British forces in Hong Kong, formerly until 1978)
  • Island House (formerly, District Officers (North), and later District Commissioners for the New Territories)
  • Gate Lodge (Governor of Hong Kong's summer residence 1900–1934)
  • Mountain Lodge (summer residence 1867–1897)
  •  Macau
  • Government House (Chief Executive)
  • Former Portuguese Macau
  • Macau Government Headquarters was both the official residence and office for the Governor of Macau until 1999.
  • Japan

  • Kōkyo, also known as Imperial Palace (Emperor)
  • Tōgū Gosho, also known as Tōgū Palace (Crown Prince)
  • Kantei (Prime Minister's Office)
  • Kōtei (Official Residence of Prime Minister, adjacent to Kantei)
  • Akasaka Palace
  • Former

  • Kyoto Imperial Palace, also known as Kyōto Imperial Palace (Emperor, until 1869; kept as museum)
  • Osaka Castle, also known as one of Japan's most famous landmarks (residence of Kampaku Toyotomi Hideyoshi, now kept as Osaka Castle Park)
  • Edo Castle, (Tokugawa shogunate, 1603–1867; demolished, now part of Imperial Palace Gardens)
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, also known as Prince Asaka Residence (Prime Minister, 1947 and 48–50, now open to the public as museum)
  • Korea, North

  • DPRK Leadership Residence (39°0'56"N 125°44'43"E)
  • Ryongsong Residence (Chairman of National Defense Commission)
  • Kangdong Residence
  • Sinuiju North Korean Leader's Residence
  • Paekhwawon State Guest House
  • Former

  • Kumsusan Palace of the Sun (President, formerly; kept as mausoleum)
  • Korea, South

  • Cheong Wa Dae ("House with Blue Rooftiles") (President)
  • - Cheong Wa Dae is the official presidential office and residence complex for the President of South Korea. - Its address is "1 Cheongwadae-ro, Jongro-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea". It is located next to Gyeongbokgung, the main palace during the Joseon Dynasty.
  • Cheong Nam Dae ("Cheong Wa Dae in the South") (President; no longer used)
  • - Cheong Nam Dae used to be one of the two vacation residences for the President of Republic of Korea. It was returned to public in 2003. - It is located in Cheongwon-gun, North Chungcheong Province.
  • Cheong Hae Dae ("Cheong Wa Dae on the Seashore") (President; no longer used)
  • - Cheong Hae Dae used to be one of the two vacation residences for the President of Republic of Korea. Although the president no longer uses this facility this compound is still under the administration of the Republic of Korea Navy, and thus is not open to public access. - It is located on one of the islands of Geoje-shi, South Gyeongsang Province.
  • Chongri Gonggwan ("Official Residence of the Prime Minister") (Prime Minister)
  • - This is the official residence for the Prime Minister of Republic of Korea. The Prime Minister, however, does not work here. - Its address is "111-2 Samcheongdong-gil, Jongro-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea". It is located close to Cheong Wa Dae.
  • Gukhoeuijang Gonggwan ("Official Residence of the Speaker of National Assembly") (Speaker of National Assembly)
  • - This is the official residence for the Speaker of the National Assembly of Republic of Korea. The Speaker, also, does not work here. - It is located in Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, where many foreign missions to Korea are located.
  • Daebeobwonjang Gonggwan ("Official Residence of the Chief Justice") (Chief Justice)
  • - This is the official residence for the Chief Justice of Republic of Korea. The Chief Justice, also, does not work here. - It is also located in Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul.
  • Most ministers of state and heads of administrative regions also have official residences, although they are not listed here.
  • Mongolia

  • Presidential Palace
  • Republic of China (Taiwan)

  • Presidential Building (formerly office of Governor-General of Taiwan)
  • Residence
  • Yonghe Residence
  • Guest House
  • Taipei Guest House
  • Grand Hotel (Taipei)
  • Former

    Office and Residence
  • Presidential Palace in Nanjing (1927–1937, 1946–1949; kept as museum from 1998)
  • Residence
  • Shilin Official Residence
  • Guesthouses of Chiang Kai-shek
  • Seven Seas Residence
  • Afghanistan

  • Arg (President)
  • Bangladesh

  • Bangabhaban (President)
  • Gonobhaban (Prime Minister)
  • Uttara Gonobhaban (Retreat)
  • Bhutan

  • Dechencholing Palace (King)
  • Federal

  • Rashtrapati Bhavan (President)
  • Rashtrapati Nilayam (President, retreat)
  • The Retreat Building (President, retreat)
  • Vice President House (Vice-President)
  • 7, Lok Kalyan Marg (Prime Minister)
  • Hyderabad House (visiting foreign dignitaries)
  • State

  • Andhra Pradesh:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Arunachal Pradesh:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Assam:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Bihar:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Chhattisgarh:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Goa:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Gujarat:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Haryana:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Himachal Pradesh:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Jammu and Kashmir:
    Raj Bhavan, Jammu (Governor, winter residence)
    Raj Bhavan, Srinagar (Governor, summer residence)
  • Jharkhand:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Karnataka:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
    Anugraha (Chief Minister)
  • Kerala:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
    Cliff House (Chief minister)
  • Madhya Pradesh:
    Raj Bhavan, Bhopal (Governor)
    Raj Bhavan, Pachmarchi (Governor, summer residence)
  • Maharashtra:
    Raj Bhavan, Mumbai (Governor)
    Raj Bhavan, Nagpur (Governor, winter residence)
    Raj Bhavan, Pune (Governor, monsoon residence)
    Raj Bhavan, Mahabaleshwar (Governor, summer residence)
    Varsha bungalow (Chief minister)
  • Manipur:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Meghalaya:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Mizoram:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Nagaland:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Odisha:
    Raj Bhavan, Bhubaneswar (Governor)
    Raj Bhavan, Puri (Governor, summer residence)
  • Punjab:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Rajasthan:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Sikkim:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Tamil Nadu:
    Raj Bhavan, Chennai (Governor)
    Raj Bhavan, Ooty (Governor, summer residence)
  • Telangana:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
    Chief Minister's Camp Office (Chief Minister)
  • Tripura:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Uttar Pradesh:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • Uttarakhand:
    Raj Bhavan (Governor)
  • West Bengal:
    Raj Bhavan, Kolkata (Governor)
    Raj Bhavan, Darjeeling (Governor, summer residence)
  • Union Territories

  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands:
    Raj Niwas (Lieutenant Governor)
  • Chandigarh:
    Raj Bhavan, Punjab (Administrator)
  • National Capital Territory of Delhi:
    Raj Niwas (Lieutenant Governor)
  • Puducherry:
    Raj Niwas (Lieutenant Governor)
  • Maldives

  • Muliaage (President)
  • Former

  • Theemuge (President, formerly; now the Supreme Court of the Maldives)
  • Nepal

  • Sheetal Niwas (Nepalese President)
  • Baluwatar (Nepalese Prime Minister)
  • Federal

  • Aiwan-e-Sadr (President)
  • Prime Minister's Secretariat
  • Provincial

  • Balochistan:
    Governor's House
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa:
    Governor's House
  • Punjab:
    Governor's House
  • Sindh:
    Governor's House
  • Sri Lanka

  • President's House (Official Residence in Colombo of the President)
  • President's Pavilion (Official Residence in Kandy of the President)
  • Queen's Cottage (Country Retreat of the President)
  • Temple Trees (Official Residence of the Prime Minister, currently used by the President)
  • Speaker's Residence (Official Residence of the Speaker of the Parliament)
  • Chief Justice's House (Official Residence of the Chief Justice)
  • Visumpaya (Residence of a Cabinet Minister nominated by the President)
  • General's House (Country Retreat for Members of Parliament)
  • Bank House, Colombo (Official Residence of the Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka)
  • General's House, Colombo (Official Residence of the Commander of the Sri Lanka Army)
  • Brunei

  • Istana Nurul Iman (Sultan)
  • Cambodia

  • Royal Palace (King)
  • Peace Palace (Prime Minister)
  • East Timor

  • Presidential Residence (President)
  • Indonesia

  • Istana Negara, Jakarta (President)
  • Istana Merdeka, Jakarta (President)
  • Istana Wapres, Jakarta (Vice President)
  • Istana Bogor, Bogor, West Java (President, retreat)
  • Istana Cipanas, Cipanas, West Java (President, retreat)
  • Villa Pelabuhan Ratu, West Java (President, seaside retreat)
  • Istana Tampak Siring, Bali (President)
  • Gedung Agung, Yogyakarta (President)
  • Provincial

  • Gedung Pakuan, Bandung, West Java (Governor)
  • Aceh:
    Meligoe Aceh (Governor)
  • East Kalimantan:
    Lamin Etam (Governor)
  • Laos

  • Presidential Palace (President)
  • Former

  • Royal Palace, Luang Prabang (also known as Haw Kham, former residence of the King of Laos)
  • Myanmar

  • Presidential Palace (President)
  • Zeyadili Palace (Tatmadaw Headquarters)
  • Former

  • Government House (Governor)
  • Belmond Governor's Residence (Governor)
  • Federal

  • Istana Negara (King)
  • Istana Melawati (King, retreat)
  • Seri Perdana (Prime Minister)
  • Seri Satria (Deputy Prime Minister)
  • State

  • Perlis
    Istana Arau (Raja)
    Chief Minister's Official Residence (Chief Minister)
  • Kedah
    Istana Anak Bukit (Sultan)
    Seri Mentaloon (Chief Minister)
  • Penang
    Seri Mutiara (Governor)
    Seri Teratai (Chief Minister)
  • Perak
    Istana Iskandariah (Sultan, largely ceremonial)
    Istana Kinta (Sultan)
    Chief Minister's Official Residence (Chief Minister)
  • Selangor
    Istana Alam Shah (Sultan, largely ceremonial)
    Istana Bukit Kayangan (Sultan)
    Chief Minister's Official Residence (Chief Minister)
  • Negeri Sembilan
    Istana Besar Seri Menanti (Yang di-Pertuan Besar)
    Chief Minister's Official Residence (Chief Minister)
  • Malacca
    Istana Melaka (Governor)
    Seri Bendahara (Chief Minister)
  • Johore
    Istana Besar (Sultan, largely ceremonial)
    Istana Bukit Serene (Sultan)
    Saujana (Chief Minister)
  • Pahang
    Istana Abu Bakar (Sultan)
    Chief Minister's Official Residence (Chief Minister)
  • Terengganu
    Istana Syarqiyyah (Sultan)
    Seri Iman (Chief Minister)
  • Kelantan
    Istana Balai Besar (Sultan, largely ceremonial)
    Istana Negeri (Sultan)
    JKR 10 (Chief Minister)
  • Sabah
    Istana Negeri (Governor)
    Seri Gaya (Chief Minister)
  • Sarawak
    Astana (Governor)
    Demak Jaya (Chief Minister)
  • Former

  • Former Istana Negara at Jalan Istana (King, former official residence)
  • Penang
    Suffolk House (Former Governor's residence)
  • Malacca
    Old Governor's residence (Former Governor and Yang di-Pertua Negeri's residence)
  • Philippines

  • Malacañan Palace, Manila (President)
  • Malacañan sa Sugbo, Cebu City (President, official residence in Visayas)
  • Presidential Guest House (Malacañang of the South), Davao City (President, official residence in Mindanao)
  • Mansion House, Baguio (President, official summer residence)
  • Quezon City Reception House, Quezon City (Vice President)
  • Former

  • Independence House, Aguinaldo Shrine, Kawit, Cavite (de facto official residence of First Philippine Republic and Republic of Biak-na-Bato)
  • Palacio del Gobernador, Intramuros, Manila (residence of Governor-General of the Philippines)
  • Malolos Cathedral, Malolos, Bulacan (official residence of First Philippine Republic)
  • Malacañang ti Amianan (Malacañang of the North), Paoay, Ilocos Norte (former residence of the late Ferdinand Marcos; now a memorial museum)
  • Leyte Provincial Capitol, seat of the Commonwealth of the Philippines
  • Singapore

  • Istana Singapore (President)
  • Sri Temasek (Prime Minister)
  • Thailand

  • Grand Palace (Monarch, official but not residential)
  • Chitralada Palace (Monarch, Bangkok residence of the King and Queen)
  • Klai Kangwon Villa (Monarch, seaside retreat)
  • Sukhothai Palace (Crown Prince)
  • Srapathum Palace (Princess Royal)
  • Phitsanulok Mansion (Prime Minister)
  • Former

  • Sanam Chan Palace (Monarch, now a museum)
  • Bang Pa-In Royal Palace (Monarch, summer retreat, now a museum)
  • Dusit Palace (Monarch)
  • Vimanmek Palace (Monarch, now a museum)
  • Front Palace (Vice-King, now the National Museum)
  • Rear Palace (Krom Phra Rachawanglang now Siriraj Hospital)
  • Vietnam

  • Presidential Palace
  • General Secretary's Residence
  • Former

  • Ho Chi Minh's Stilt House, (Former residence of Ho Chi Minh)
  • Reunification Palace (also known as Independence Palace, former residence of the President of South Vietnam)
  • Gia Long Palace
  • Imperial City, Huế (former residence of the Nguyen Dynasty monarchs)
  • Imperial Citadel of Thang Long (located in Hanoi, former residence of Vietnamese dynasties)
  • Armenia

  • Presidential Palace, also "President House"
  • Government House (Prime Minister)
  • President's Vacation House, by Lake Sevan (President, retreat)
  • Azerbaijan

  • Presidential Palace
  • Presidential Apparatus
  • Bahrain

  • Rifa'a Palace (King)
  • Cyprus

  • Presidential Palace
  • Georgia

  • Presidential Palace
  • Iran

  • Beit Rahbari Complex (Supreme Leader)
  • Sa'dabad Palace (President)
  • Former

  • Sadabad Palace (Pahlavi dynasty, formerly; Some buildings are kept as museum and some are still used by the government)
  • Niavaran Palace Complex (Pahlavi dynasty, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Marble Palace (Pahlavi dynasty, still used by the government)
  • Golestan Palace (Qajar dynasty, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Ali Qapu (Safavid dynasty, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Iraq

  • Radwaniyah Palace: (President)
  • Republican Palace: (Prime Minister)
  • Israel

  • Beit HaNassi ("President's House") (President)
  • Beit Aghion ("Aghion House") (Prime Minister)
  • Jordan

  • Raghadan Palace (King)
  • Al Hummar Palace (used for state receptions)
  • Basman Palace (King)
  • Al Qasr al Sagheer (King)
  • Kuwait

  • Seif Palace (also known as the Amiri Diwan or Emir's Palace) (Emir)
  • Dar Salwa (Emir)
  • Former

  • Dasman Palace (Emir, formerly)
  • Lebanon

  • Baabda Palace (President)
  • Beiteddine Palace (President, summer retreat)
  • Grand Serail (Prime Minister)
  • Ain Al Tine Palace (Parliament Speaker)
  • Former

  • Beiteddine Palace (Prince, formerly; kept as a museum)
  • Oman

  • Al Alam Palace
  • Bait Barka
  • Hisn Al Shomoukh
  • Royal Court
  • Hisn Salalah
  • Sohar Palace
  • Qasr Mamoora
  • Razat Farm
  • Qatar

  • Emir's Palace (Emir)
  • Saudi Arabia

  • Riyadh Qasr Malik Abdullah bin Abdulaziz (King)
  • Jeddah Qasr Malik Abdullah bin Abdulaziz (King)
  • Mina Royal Palace
  • Makkah Royal Palace
  • Syria

  • New Shaab Palace, on Mount Mazzeh, Damascus
  • Tishreen Palace, Ar Rabwah, Damascus
  • Turkey

  • White Palace (President)
  • Çankaya Köşkü (Prime Minister)
  • Başbakanlık Konutu (Former Prime Minister)
  • United Arab Emirates

  • Presidential Diwan in Abu Dhabi (President)
  • Za'abeel Palace in Dubai (Vice President & Prime minister)
  • Yemen

  • Presidential Palace
  • Albania

  • Presidential Palace of Tirana
  • Albanian parliament
  • Government Palace of Albania
  • Pallati i Brigadave
  • Austria

  • Hofburg Imperial Palace (President)
  • Ballhausplatz Nr. 2 (Chancellor)
  • Jagdschloss Mürzsteg (Summer retreat of the President)
  • Belarus

  • Drazdy (President)
  • Belgium

  • Royal Palace of Brussels (Monarch's working palace)
  • Château de Laeken (Monarch's residence)
  • Ciergnon Castle (Monarch's Ardennes residence)
  • The Lambermont (Prime Minister's residence)
  • 16 Rue de la Loi (Prime Minister's office)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Presidency Building
  • Konak Residence (visiting foreign dignitaries; also used for state receptions)
  • Bulgaria

  • The Largo (A complex of buildings including the office of the President and the Council of Ministers)
  • Euxinograd (President)
  • The Royal Palace (former; today the National Art Gallery)
  • Vrana Palace (former royal residence)
  • Croatia

  • Predsjednički dvori (President)
  • Banski dvori (Government)
  • Czech Republic

  • Prague Castle (President)
  • The Lány Chateau (President, summer residence)
  • Kramářova Vila (Prime Minister)
  • Denmark

  • Gråsten Palace (Monarch, summer residence)
  • Amalienborg Palace (Monarch, winter residence)
  • Fredensborg Palace (Monarch, spring and autumn residence)
  • Marselisborg Palace (Monarch, summer retreat)
  • The Hermitage Palace (Monarch)
  • Sorgenfri Palace (Monarch)
  • Chancellory House (Crown Prince and family)
  • Schackenborg Castle (younger son of the monarch and his family)
  • Marienborg (Prime Minister, Official Residence/Summer Retreat)
  • Former

  • Frederiksborg Palace
  • Kronborg
  • Rosenborg Castle
  • Frederiksberg Palace
  • Estonia

  • Kadriorg Palace (President)
  • Paslepa (President, residence)
  • Stenbock House (Prime minister)
  • Finland

  • Presidential Palace (president, state official use)
  • Mäntyniemi, also Talludden (private residence President)
  • Kultaranta, also Gullranda (summer residence the President)
  • Kesäranta, also Villa Bjälbo (Prime Minister)
  • Former

  • Tamminiemi (President, formerly; kept as Urho Kekkonen Museum)
  • France

  • Palais de l'Élysée (President)
  • La Lanterne (Versailles) (President, retreat)
  • Château de Rambouillet (President, summer residence)
  • Fort de Brégançon (President, former summer residence)
  • Domaine de Souzy-la-Biche (President, summer residence)
  • Hôtel Matignon (Prime Minister)
  • Hôtel de Lassay (President of the National Assembly)
  • Petit Luxembourg (President of the Senate)
  • Hôtel de Marigny (visiting foreign dignitaries)
  • Former royal residences

  • Château de Blois
  • Château de Chambord
  • Château de Compiègne
  • Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
  • Louvre Palace
  • Palace of Fontainebleau
  • Palace of Versailles
  • Territorial

  •  French Polynesia

  • Presidence (President of French Polynesia)
    Haut Commissariat (High Commissioner of French Polynesia)



  • Bundespräsidialamt, Office of President of Germany, (Berlin)
  • Schloss Bellevue (President Berlin residence)
  • Villa Hammerschmidt (President, Bonn residence)
  • Bundeskanzleramt (Chancellor Berlin residence)
  • Palais Schaumburg (Chancellor, Bonn residence)
  • Schloss Meseberg, Meseburg (Official Guest house in Berlin)
  • Gästehaus auf dem Petersberg, Königswinter (Official Guest house in Bonn)
  • States

  • Villa Reitzenstein, Stuttgart, State of Baden-Württemberg
  • Bayerische Staatskanzlei, Munich, Free State of Bavaria
  • Rotes Rathaus, Berlin, City State of Berlin
  • Staatskanzlei Brandenburg, Potsdam, State of Brandenburg
  • Haus der Bürgerschaft, Bremen, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen
  • Hamburg Rathaus, Hamburg, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
  • Grand Hotel Rose, Wiesbaden, State of Hesse
  • Staatskanzlei Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Schwerin, State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • Niedersächsische Staatskanzlei, Hanover, State of Lower Saxony
  • Stadttor, Düsseldorf, State of North Rhine-Westphalia
  • Neues Zeughaus, Mainz, State of Rhineland-Palatinate
  • Staatskanzlei des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, State of Saarland
  • Sächsische Staatskanzlei, Dresden, Free State of Saxony
  • Palais am Fürstenwall, Magdeburg, State of Saxony-Anhalt
  • Staatskanzlei Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein
  • Kurmainzische Statthalterei, Erfurt, Free State of Thuringia
  • Former royal residences

    Brandenburg/Prussia/Imperial/East Germany/Former West Germany

  • Stadtschloss, Potsdam (soon Landtag of Brandenburg seat)
  • Babelsberg Palace, Potsdam
  • Cecilienhof, Potsdam
  • New Palace, Potsdam
  • Sanssouci, Potsdam
  • Stadtschloss, Berlin
  • Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin
  • Kronprinzenpalais, Berlin
  • Reich Chancellery (office of the Chancellor of Germany)
  • Führerbunker, (Adolf Hitler's Berlin residence)
  • Berghof, (Adolf Hitler's Berchtesgaden residence)
  • Kehlsteinhaus (Adolf Hitler's Berchtesgaden residence)
  • Wolf's Lair (Adolf Hitler's first Eastern Front military headquarters in World War II)
  • Führer Headquarters
  • Schoenhausen Palace, Berlin East German President (1949–1960)
  • Majakowskiring, Berlin East German Leadership compound (to 1960),
  • Waldsiedlung, East German Leadership compound (1960–1990), North of Berlin near Wandlitz, Brandenburg
  • Bundeskanzleramt, Bonn, (Office of Chancellor of Germany, 1976–1999), today used for seat of Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Kanzlerbungalow, Bonn, Private residence of the Chancellor of Germany and his family 1964–1999
  • Other

  • Dresden Castle
  • Karlsruhe Palace
  • Ludwigsburg Palace
  • Munich Residenz
  • Mannheim Palace
  • Schloss Oldenburg
  • Residenzschloss, Darmstadt
  • Schwerin Castle (Landtag of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern seat)
  • Veste Coburg
  • Schloss Weimar
  • Greece

  • Presidential Mansion (President, formerly the King)
  • Maximos Mansion (Prime Minister)
  • Former

  • Palace of Dekeleia (Kings of Greece)
  • Hungary

  • Sándor Palace (President)
  • Former

  • Buda Castle (King, formerly; retained as Historical Museum of Budapest and Hungarian National Gallery)
  • Iceland

  • Bessastaðir (President)
  • Republic of Ireland

  • Áras an Uachtaráin (President)
  • Steward's Lodge (Taoiseach's 'unofficial residence')
  • Farmleigh (visiting foreign dignitaries)
  • Former

  • Hill of Tara (Ard-Rí)
  • Dublin Castle (seat of British rule prior to independence in 1922)
  • Chief Secretary's Lodge (Chief Secretary for Ireland)
  • Viceregal Lodge, now Áras an Uachtaráin (Governor-General)
  • Italy

  • Quirinal Palace, Rome (President of the Republic, official residence; formerly the chief residence of the King)
  • Castelporziano (President of the Republic, country residence)
  • Villa Rosebery, Naples (President of the Republic, summer residence)
  • Palazzo Chigi, Rome (Prime Minister of Italy and Italian Government)
  • Villa Doria Pamphili, Rome (Prime minister of Italy, International meetings' seat)
  • Villa Madama, Rome (Italian Government, International Meetings' seat)
  • Palazzo Giustiniani, Rome (President of Senate)
  • Former residences

  • Palazzo del Viminale, (former Prime Minister of Italy)
  • Palazzo Venezia, (Benito Mussolini's office)
  • Villa Torlonia (Rome), (Benito Mussolini's residence)
  • Residences of the Royal House of Savoy (royal family's residences in Piedmont)
  • Royal Palace of Naples (King's Naples residence)
  • Royal Palace of Caserta (King's Naples residence)
  • Residences of the Royal House of Bourbon Two Sicilies (royal family's residences in Campania)
  • Kosovo

  • Presidenca e Republikës së Kosovës (Official workplace of the President)
  • Qeveria e Republikës së Kosovës (Official workplace of the Prime Minister)
  • Latvia

  • Rīgas pils (President)
  • Liechtenstein

  • Vaduz Castle (Prince)
  • Lithuania

  • Presidential Palace
  • Former

  • Historical Presidential Palace, Kaunas (President, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Royal Palace of Lithuania (formerly Grand Duke)
  • Luxembourg

  • Grand Ducal Palace (Monarch)
  • Berg Castle (Monarch)
  • Fischbach Castle (Grand Duke Jean)
  • Republic of Macedonia

  • Villa Vodno (Official Presidential workplace)
  • Malta

  • San Anton Palace (Official Residence of the President)
  • Verdala Palace (Summer Residence of the President)
  • Villa Francia (Official Residence of the Prime Minister)
  • Girgenti Palace (Summer Residence of the Prime Minister)
  • Former

  • Fort St. Angelo (former residence of the Grand Master, now restored)
  • Grandmaster's Palace (former residence of the Grand Master and the Governor, now housing the Office of the President and a museum)
  • Palazzo Vilhena (former residence of the Grand Master, now a museum)
  • Aħrax Tower (former summer residence of the Governor, now abandoned)
  • Casa Leoni (former residence of the Governor, now housing a government ministry)
  • Moldova

  • Presidential Palace
  • Monaco

  • Palais Princier de Monaco (monarch)
  • Montenegro

  • Blue Palace (Official Residence of the President)
  • Netherlands

  • The Royal Palace (official reception palace for foreign dignitaries)
  • Huis ten Bosch (official residence of the King)
  • Noordeinde Palace (official working palace of King)
  • Soestdijk Palace (former royal residence of Queen Juliana)
  • Villa Eikenhorst (private residence of King and his family nearby The Hague)
  • Catshuis (official residence of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands)
  • Norway

  • Royal Palace (Oslo)
  • Bygdøy Royal Estate (Monarch, summer retreat)
  • Oscarshall Castle
  • Akershus Castle
  • Gamlehaugen (Monarch, Bergen)
  • Ledaal (Monarch, Stavanger)
  • Stiftsgården (Monarch, Trondheim)
  • Skaugum Estate (Crown Prince)
  • Inkognitogata 18 (Prime Minister)
  • Riddervolds gate 2 (Visiting foreign dignitaries)
  • Poland

  • Presidential Palace in Warsaw (President)
  • Belweder in Warsaw (President's residence until 1994; since then kept for official government functions and visiting foreign dignitaries)
  • Presidential Castle in Wisła
  • Presidential Manor House in Ciechocinek
  • Presidential Residence in Hel
  • Presidential Residence in Lucień
  • Presidential Residence in Ruda Tarnowska
  • Presidential Villa in Klarysew part of Konstancin-Jeziorna
  • Former

  • Royal Castle (King, formerly; now museum)
  • Portugal

  • Belém Palace (President of the Republic)
  • Palace of São Bento (Prime Minister)
  • Palace of Necessidades (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  • Queluz Palace (Visiting foreign officials)
  • Former

  • Ajuda Royal Palace (official royal residence)
  • Alcáçova Palace at São Jorge Castle (official royal residence)
  • Alcáçova Palace at Coimbra (official royal residence)
  • Necessidades Royal Palace (official royal residence)
  • Ribeira Royal Palace (official royal residence)
  • Queluz Royal Palace (summer residence turned official royal residence)
  • Romania

  • Cotroceni Palace (President)
  • Vila Lac 3 (President)
  • Elisabeta Palace (official residence of the former King Michael I of Romania)
  • Russia

  • Kremlin (President)
  • Zavidovo (President)
  • Novo-Ogaryovo (President)
  • White house (Prime Minister)
  • Former

  • Alexander Palace (Tsar, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Anichkov Palace (Tsar, formerly; kept as Pioneers Palace)
  • Catherine Palace (Tsar, summer retreat, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Nicholas Palace (Tsar, formerly; kept as commercial offices)
  • Oraniembaum (Tsar, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Pavlovsk (Tsar, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Peterhof Palace (Tsar, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Pella Palace (Tsar, summer retreat, formerly; demolished)
  • Summer Palace (Tsar, summer retreat, formerly; demolished)
  • Tauride Palace (Tsar, formerly; kept as offices for Interparliamentary Assembly of Member Nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States)
  • Vladimir Palace (Tsar, formerly; kept as Academics' House)
  • Winter Palace (Tsar, winter retreat, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Yelagin Palace (Tsar, summer retreat, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Kuntsevo Dacha (Summer residence of Joseph Stalin)
  • Stalin's Dacha in Sochi (Summer residence of Joseph Stalin)
  • Kuntsevo Dacha (Summer residence of Joseph Stalin)
  • Serbia

  • Novi dvor (President's office)
  • Užička 23 (Presidents residence)
  • Beli dvor (Crown Prince)
  • Former

  • Stari dvor (King, formerly; current City Assembly of Belgrade)
  • Royal Palace (King, formerly)
  • Slovakia

  • Grassalkovich Palace (President)
  • Slovenia

  • Government and Presidential Palace, Ljubljana
  • Spain

  • Palacio Real de Madrid (Official residence of Spanish Monarchs, but used only for state ceremonies. In Madrid's city center)
  • Palacio de la Zarzuela (De facto residence of the Monarch. Also his office. A few kilometers outside of Madrid)
  • Palacio de Marivent (Summer retreat of the Monarch. In Majorca, Balearic Islands)
  • Reales Alcázares de Sevilla (official residence of the Monarch in Andalusia)
  • Palacio de Albéniz (official residence of the Monarch in Catalonia. In Barcelona)
  • Palacio de la Moncloa (President of the Government. Also his office)
  • Palacio de Viana (Minister of Foreign Affairs)
  • Palacio de El Pardo (visiting foreign dignitaries, former Head of State Francisco Franco's residence)
  • Autonomous communities

  • Andalusia:
    Palacio de San Telmo (President of the Junta)
  • Basque Country:
    Ajuria Enea (Lehendakari)
  • Catalonia:
    Casa dels Canonges (President of the Generalitat)
  • Galicia:
    Monte Pío (President of the Xunta)
  • Royal

  • Royal Palace in Stockholm (Official residence since 1754, but not used as such since 1981)
  • Drottningholm Palace (Residence of the TM The King and Queen since 1981)
  • Haga Palace (Official residence of TRH The Crown Princess and Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland)
    Palaces owned by the State, at the disposal of the King, but not in use
  • Gripsholm Castle
  • Rosendal Palace
  • Rosersberg Palace
  • Stenhammar Palace
  • Strömsholm Palace
  • Tullgarn Palace
  • Ulriksdal Palace
  • Former royal residences
  • Arvfurstens palats
  • Kalmar Castle
  • Karlberg Palace
  • Nyköping Castle
  • Uppsala Castle
  • Vadstena Castle
  • Wrangel Palace (Official residence 1697–1754)
  • Prime Ministerial

  • Sager House (Official residence of the Prime Minister)
  • Harpsund (Country retreat for the Prime Minister)
  • Gubernatorial

  • Gävleborg County
    Gävle Castle (Governor)
  • Halland County
    Halmstad Castle (Governor)
  • Jönköping County
    The Residence, Jönköping (Governor)
  • Skåne County
    The Residence, Malmö (Governor)
  • Stockholm County
    Tessin Palace (Governor)
  • Uppsala County
    Uppsala Castle (Governor)
  • Västmanland County
    Västerås Castle (Governor)
  • Västra Götaland County
    The Residence, Gothenburg (Governor)
  • Örebro County
    Örebro Castle (Governor)
  • Östergötland County
    Linköping Castle (Governor)
  • Switzerland

  • Federal Palace of Switzerland, Bern
  • Official estates of the Swiss Federal Council:

  • Lohn Castle
  • Béatrice-von-Wattenwyl-Haus
  • Ukraine

  • Mariyinsky Palace (President)
  • House with Chimaeras (President)
  • House of the Weeping Widow (President)
  • Massandra Palace (President)
  • Pototsky Palace (President)
  • United Kingdom

  • Buckingham Palace (Official London residence of the monarch, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Duke of York and the Earl and Countess of Wessex)
  • Windsor Castle (Official residence of the monarch)
  • Holyrood Palace (Official residence of the monarch in Scotland)
  • Hillsborough Castle (Residence of the monarch in Northern Ireland when in the region, otherwise, the Official Residence of the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland)
  • Clarence House (Official residence of the Prince of Wales)
  • Kensington Palace (Residence of the Duke of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and other members of the British Royal Family)
  • St James's Palace (Seat of the Royal Court and Senior Palace of the Sovereign, London Residence of the Princess Royal and Sir Timothy Laurence and Princess Alexandra)
  • 10 Downing Street (Prime Minister, in their capacity as First Lord of the Treasury)
  • 11 Downing Street (Chancellor of the Exchequer, in their capacity as Second Lord of the Treasury)
  • 12 Downing Street (Government Chief Whip but currently houses the Offices of the Prime Minister)
  • Chequers (Country retreat of the Prime Minister)
  • Carlton Gardens, St. James's (No. 1 is the Official Residence of the Foreign Secretary and No. 2 houses the Privy Council Office)
  • Admiralty House (Three ministerial flats for use by Ministers of the Crown)
  • Chevening House (Country residence of a Minister of the Crown nominated by the Prime Minister, which is by custom given to the Foreign Secretary)
  • Dorneywood (Country residence of a Minister of the Crown nominated by the Prime Minister, which is by custom given to the Chancellor of the Exchequer)
  • Lambeth Palace (Official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury)
  • Bishopthorpe Palace (Official residence of the Archbishop of York)
  • Palace of Westminster (Grand State apartments for the Lord Speaker of the House of Lords, Speaker of the House of Commons and the Lord Chancellor)
  • Former

  • Bridewell Palace (King, formerly; demolished)
  • Carlton House, London (Prince, formerly; demolished)
  • Cumberland House (Prince, formerly; demolished)
  • Hampton Court Palace (King, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Kew Palace (Queen, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Marlborough House (Queen, formerly; kept for headquarters for Commonwealth Secretariat)
  • Nonsuch Palace (King, formerly; demolished)
  • Palace of Placentia (King, formerly; demolished)
  • Queen's House (Queen, formerly; kept as museum)
  • Richmond Palace (King, formerly; demolished)
  • Tower of London (King, formerly; kept as barracks and vault)
  • Palace of Westminster (King, formerly; kept to serve as the Houses of Parliament)
  • Palace of Whitehall (King; destroyed in fire)
  • Scotland

  • Bute House (First Minister of Scotland)
  • Territorial

  •  Anguilla: Government House (Governor)
  •  Bermuda: Government House (Governor)
  •  British Virgin Islands: Government House (Governor)
  •  Cayman Islands: Government House (Governor)
  •  Falkland Islands: Government House (Governor)
  •  Gibraltar: The Convent (Governor) 6 Convent Place (Chief Minister)
  •  Guernsey: Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  •  Jersey: Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  •  Isle of Man: Government House (Lieutenant Governor)
  •  Montserrat: Government House (Governor)
  •  Pitcairn Islands: Government House (Governor)
  •  Saint Helena: Plantation House (Governor) The Castle (former official residence of the Governor, now used as the Governor's office)
  •  Turks and Caicos Islands:Government House (Governor)
  • Vatican City

  • Apostolic Palace (Pope)
  • Castel Gandolfo (Pope, retreat)
  • Domus Sanctae Marthae (Guest House, now kept as Pope Francis's residence)
  • Mater Ecclesiae (pope emeritus)
  • Former

  • Lateran Palace (Pope, formerly; kept as Pontifical Museum of Christian Antiquities)
  • Castel Sant'Angelo (Pope, formerly; kept as Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant'Angelo)
  • Federal

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Admiralty House (Governor-General, Sydney residence)
  • The Lodge (Prime Minister)
  • Kirribilli House (Prime Minister, Sydney residence)
  • State

  • New South Wales:
    Government House (Governor)
  • Queensland:
    Government House (Governor)
  • South Australia:
    Government House (Governor)
  • Tasmania:
    Government House (Governor)
  • Victoria:
    Government House (Governor)
  • Western Australia:
    Government House (Governor)
  • State, former
  • New South Wales
    Old Government House (Governor country residence at Parramatta (1790–1855) formerly)
    Hillview, (Governor summer residence at Sutton Forest (1882–1958), formerly)
    Cranbrook, Bellevue Hill, (Governor residence 1901–1917, formerly)
  • Queensland
    Adelaide House, (Governor residence (1859–1862) formerly; now The Deanery of St. John's Anglican Cathedral
    Old Government House (Governor residence (1862–1909) formerly; kept as headquarters of the National Trust of Australia)
  • South Australia
    Old Government House (Governor summer residence (1860–1880), formerly)
    Marble Hill (Governor summer residence (1880–1955), formerly; destroyed in the Black Sunday Bushfire of 1955)
  • Victoria
    La Trobe's Cottage (Lieutenant Governor, residence (1840–1854) formerly; kept as museum)
    Toorak House (Governor residence (1854–1874), formerly; currently being used as a church)
    Bishopscourt (Governor residence (1874–1876), formerly)
    Stonnington Mansion (Governor residence (1901–1931) formerly; currently being restored as private home)
  • Tasmania
    Old Government House (Governor's residence (1807–1857, demolished 1858)
  • Territorial

  •  Norfolk Island: Government House (Administrator)
  •  Northern Territory: Government House (Administrator)
  •  Christmas Island: Government House (Administrator)
  •  Cocos (Keeling) Islands: Government House (Administrator)
  • Fiji

  • Government House (President)
  • Nauru

  • State House (President; formerly kept as immigration detention center)
  • New Zealand

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Government House (Governor-General, Auckland residence)
  • Premier House (Prime Minister)
  • Former

  • Old Government House, Auckland
  • Realm

  •  Cook Islands: Government House (Queen's Representative)
  •  Tokelau: Government House (Administrator)
  • Papua New Guinea

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Samoa

  • Government House (Head of State)
  • Former

  • Villa Vailima
  • Solomon Islands

  • Government House (Governor-General)
  • Tonga

  • Royal Palace (King)
  • Tuvalu

  • Government House (Governor General)
  • Vanuatu

  • State House (President)
  • References

    Official residence Wikipedia

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