The sprawling California mansion where the Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan was filmed, has been listed on sale for $33.5 million


If you’re looking for a plush new home, then here’s your chance to snap up the gorgeous Montecito mansion, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filmed most part of their Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan. Yes, that’s right!

The luxe property is listed on the market for $33.5 million and comes with six bedrooms. It spans 13,599 square feet and includes panoramic ocean and mountain views, multiple terraces, a regal great room chandelier, and arched windows.

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Built in 2006, the home’s exterior boasts two acres of lush grounds, a vegetable garden, citrus orchards, and even a chicken coop for fresh eggs. Other amenities include a pool, hot tub, bar, gym, game room, and a theater.


On the inside one can find the primary suite with a wraparound terrace, an ensuite primary bath, and a separate dual-head shower and tub.


While the main bedroom is located on the first floor, the rest of them are perched on the second storey –with each boasting equal amounts of luxury.

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In addition to the main residence, the property also accommodates a guest house. The former Duke and Duchess of Sussex permanently relocated to Montecito in 2020 and bought the Mediterranean and Spanish Revival-style home for $14.7 million, now listed on sale for $33.5 million. Care to make it yours?

(All images via – Montecito Realestate)

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