The Mediterranean-style Montecito mansion featured in much of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan is up for grabs! Listed at over $33.5 million, the home is almost 14,000 square feet and features multiple terraces with gorgeous ocean and mountain views that will rival the lookout from any British palace.
After stepping down from their royal duties and a brief stay on Vancouver Island, the Duke and Duchess moved to Montecito in 2020. As reported in the documentary, Tyler Perry graciously offered his own home and security services to Harry and Meghan after the royal family withdrew all financial support.
If you were one of the 28 million households that tuned into the Netflix docuseries, this room might look familiar. Thanks to the stunning natural light coming from the big arched windows, it was the perfect place for Meghan to conduct many of her interviews.
As with any lavish estate in sunny California, this Montecito mansion is filled with extraordinary outdoor features. As reported in the listing, “the home’s exterior includes two acres of lush grounds with romantic walkways and year-round flowers, soaring palm trees and accent vines, a vegetable garden, citrus orchards, and even a chicken coop for fresh eggs.”
This chicken coop might have inspired Harry and Meghan to come up with the name “Archie’s Chick Inn,” the famous coop that Meghan showed off to Oprah in their TV special. In addition to enjoying recipes made with fresh eggs, we’re sure the Sussexes shared many family meals together in this cozy dining room. Check out the ornate ceiling, crown mouldings and lovely statement chandelier.
Built in 2006, some of the home’s most noteworthy amenities include a pool, hot tub, bar, gym, game room and a theatre, perfect for family movie nights with Archie and Lilibet.
Harry and Meghan aren’t the only celebrities to call Montecito home. The Duke and Duchess’ neighbours include Ellen DeGeneres, Kim Kardashian, Oprah Winfrey, Gwyneth Paltrow and Ariana Grande. Would you opt for these A-listers over King Charles?
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