Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been making headlines with their recent Netflix documentary, Harry & Meghan, and now the Montecito, CA, mansion where their interviews were filmed is available for purchase.
The luxurious two-acre property encompasses a 13,000-square-foot home built in 2006, as well as a separate guest house and five-car garage, all with a stunning panorama of mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and a lush maze of landscaping. The home is a two-story Mediterranean-style mansion with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Gorgeous arched windows and terraces allow for a combination of indoor and outdoor spaces that overlook the pool and grounds, perfect for entertaining large crowds and for more intimate gatherings—or royal Netflix documentary interviews.
Other luxury features include a complete in-home gym, furnished theatre, bar, and game room. Both the primary suite and guest bedroom suites are precisely decorated with open, airy designs and provide access to an impressive wraparound terrace. A wood-paneled office located off the great room, with floor-to-ceiling built-in shelves and windows overlooking the gardens, allows for privacy and a quiet space to work. The kitchen includes many top-of-the-line amenities and is centered by a large island, light countertops, and stainless-steel appliances. An open layout leads into the dining spaces and the great room — most recognizable as the location where Meghan’s interviews were filmed with the arched windows in the background.
The estate also boasts sustainability technology with solar power, a generator, a greywater irrigation system, and a private well. To complete the pristine picture of a green home, the property also includes an organic vegetable garden bed, citrus orchards, and chicken coops. Private paths and luscious greenery make for many private spaces on the extensive grounds. As a final touch, the detached guest house also features an outdoor fireplace with cozy seating and a stone-paved path leading up from the main house.
The property is being managed by Ryan Malmsten of Santa Barbara Brokers and is currently listed for $33.5 million.
While their documentary interviews were filmed there, and the estate lends a perfect touch of royal luxury, the property is not actually Harry and Meghan’s home. In 2020, the royal couple moved to a different Montecito estate for $15 million, where they currently reside with their children.
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