Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s $14 million California estate in Montecito is a luxurious haven that provides a glimpse into their private world. The expansive property spans 18,000 square feet and boasts a host of amenities fit for royalty.
The couple’s residence includes nine bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, offering ample space for their family, which now includes their children, four-year-old Prince Archie and two-year-old Princess Lilibet. The architectural design seamlessly blends modern and Victorian elements, creating a harmonious and elegant living space.
One notable area is the light and airy shared office space, featuring a vintage and minimalistic aesthetic. A hand-crafted pine wood Pottery Barn dining table, repurposed as a desk, serves as the focal point. Ivory chairs and a $1,800 cashmere Hermés blanket enhance the sophistication of the workspace. The office, showcased in Prince Harry’s Heart of Invictus Netflix documentary, reveals a serene and productive environment adorned with a tan woven rug, indoor plants, and a large photo frame above the fireplace.
The Montecito mansion extends its allure beyond the interiors. The property is adorned with lush greenery, including houseplants and flower vases, infusing natural elements into the monochromatic palette. Outside, a private pool, tennis court, tea house, rose garden, olive trees, children’s cottage, and a two-bedroom guest house contribute to the estate’s opulence.
Meghan Markle has expressed that the property makes her “feel free” and is a place of healing for the couple. Acquiring the estate was a significant endeavor for Prince Harry and Meghan, who spared no effort to make it their own.
Repurposed article originally published in the Hindustan Times