Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Buy Their Own Tuscan Palace

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry just decided on an incredible new home in Southern California. The home was purchased in June by the former royalty for $14.65M. 

After a temporary stay at Tyler Perry’s Beverly Hills home, the Duchess and Duke of Sussex got a palace of their own in Santa Monica County; over 18,500, Tuscan-styled square feet of living space.

The property was built in 2003 and features a vine-covered stone exterior with Mediterranean details across the landscape. 

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From the inside, the home boasts beautiful features such as exposed beams, plank hardwood, carved stone, exposed trusting, and built-in bookcases. Other notable features are the master suite with it’s French-style fireplace, the quarantine-friendly home gym, an elevator, a billiards room, a sauna, and a library or “zoom room.”

The property’s is on 7.38 acres along with a sprawling patio, a garden with pine and cypress trees, a gazebo with flowering vines, a pergola-covered terrace, a tennis court, a large pool, and a guest house fit for royalty.

The former princess is finally back to calling L.A. home, the home the couple rented in Toronto attracted high attention when it was re-listed, and Markel’s shared property with her ex-husband showed up on the market with an asking price of $1.8M. It seems like the couple wanted to get all their real estate moves out of the way at once.

If you’d also like to buy a palace and sell all your other ones, then as always…

…remember to contact us at Castles Unlimited with all of your real estate needs!

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