Meghan Markle’s Gorgeous California Home Is for Sale, So Can Somebody Loan Me $1.8 Million?

Shannon Barbour
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From Country Living

  • Meghan Markle’s Los Angeles home is up for sale.
  • The Hancock Park home is listed at $1.8 million.
  • Meghan Markle has been living in Frogmore Cottage ever since she and Prince Harry moved out of Kensington Palace.

Meghan Markle is currently enjoying life in the newly renovated Frogmore Cottage with Prince Harry, but before she moved to England and into the royal residences, she lived in a gorgeous home in Los Angeles. And if you’ve ever wondered what her living situation was like before she met Harry, just know she was very well off and her former home is now on the market, which means we actually get to see what it looks like. If you can’t afford the $1.8 million price tag on it, you can check out her cool pad thanks to a real estate website called Homes.com that uploaded some pictures.

If MTV’s Cribs went to Meghan’s colonial-style home in Hancock Park, they’d see she had four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,262 full square feet of pure home decor inspo. Seriously, for the two years she lived there, she had everything from a fireplace to an open floor plan to a fancy alfresco dining area.

Now, I’m no realtor or HGTV junkie, but the listing uses phrases like “flooded with natural light from French doors that lead to the outdoor entertaining area” and “the kitchen’s allure lies with its charming coziness.” In my mind, this listing roughly translates to ~paradise~.

Photo credit: Homes.com
Photo credit: Homes.com

Also, one of the bathrooms is Jack-and-Jill style, which means you can enter from two separate doors. She literally had shortcuts in her home. Amazing! Efficient!

Photo credit: Homes.com
Photo credit: Homes.com

Unfortunately, there’s no pool, but it’s Los Angeles, so you can just go to the beach.

Photo credit: Homes.com
Photo credit: Homes.com

Alright, there’s absolutely no way I can afford this on my own, so can someone please loan me $1.799 million?

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