Photos show Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s swanky new California digs
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle bought a lot for the $14.7 million that they plunked down for their new California home.
By no means-seen-before pictures, from a now-deleted itemizing on the rental website Giggster, present a mansion that was appropriately billed as an “Italian villa,” full with stone pillared entry gates and sculpted hedges.
Lush greenery is in all places — manicured lawns, Italian cypress timber, 100-year-old olive timber, blooming lavender and tiered rose gardens. Additionally on the grounds are a tennis courtroom, a youngsters’s cottage and a visitor home.
Inside is a library lined with built-in cabinets, an workplace, a spa with a separate dry and moist sauna, a health club with a stripper pole, a recreation room, an arcade, a theater, a wine cellar and a five-car storage.
One actual property agent who spent an hour there described the 5.4-acre property as a spot “designed for somebody who by no means desires to go away dwelling,” the outlet reported.
The visitor home has two bedrooms and two baths — a perfect setup for Meghan’s mom, Doria, who’s a doting grandmother to year-old Archie.
Nobody is kind of positive who owned the house, however hypothesis swirling on the time of the August sale tagged Russian tycoon Sergey Grishin. The acquisition worth was greater than $25 million in 2009.
Property agent Brett Buschbom informed the Every day Mail: “I went by way of this home and an hour later I’m popping out like ‘Wow,’ the entire backside flooring felt like a resort with steam room, therapeutic massage room, sauna, Jacuzzi, full bar, arcade and one of the vital wonderful wine cellars and that was simply the basement.”