Go Inside: Meghan Markle’s $1.8 Million LA Home
Now that her permanent residence is at Frogmore Cottage on Frogmore Estate in Windsor, UK, Meghan Markle’s Los Angeles colonial home is on the market for $1.8 million. Let’s go inside …
The address for the property is 447 S. Highland Avenue in the Hancock Park area of LA. The Bienstock Group, which is selling the home, offers this description:
“Rare colonial Hancock Park charmer with so much sunshine! Abundant off street parking! Open floor plan downstairs amazing for entertaining. Living room with fireplace opens to dining room and family room. Kitchen with eat in breakfast area. Four sunshine filled large bedrooms and two remodeled bathrooms upstairs. Park like grassy yard with porch, al fresco dining area, garage. Spacious, open, and airy in amazing central location!”
The 2,262 square-foot house was built in 1924, and is two stories with a spacious backyard. The single family home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as an open floor plan that leads from the living room into the den. There’s also a decorative fireplace in the living room. The floors are wood, and the appliances include a dishwasher, washer, and drier. There’s also a two-door garage. Sadly, there’s no pool to escape the LA heat, but there is central air.
Even if you’re not in the market for an LA home or $2 million far exceeds your real estate budget, you can still take a tour of The Duchess of Sussex’s LA home.