Long before she married Prince Harry, Meghan Markle lived in a quaint four-bedroom house in Los Angeles.
Although she’s long moved on from her days in California, the 38-year-old duchess’s former home is currently on the market for a cool $1.8 million through Homes.com, and we now have an inside look at her pre-royal life.
Here’s everything you need to know about Markle’s former abode.
The 2,262-square-foot home is situated in the quiet L.A. neighborhood of Hancock Park, which is located near the famous Larchmont Village. The colonial-style residence features a white exterior, black window panes and modern wrought iron security bars. (You know, for safety.)
The downstairs area boasts an open floor plan, which is ideal for entertaining the royal family your in-laws. The spacious living room includes a traditional fire place, hardwood floors and loads of natural light.
The kitchen has all-white cabinets with gold details, generating a cozy—yet charming—space for cooking. (The marble countertop and backsplash are just icing on the cake.)
Each of the four bedrooms has an en suite, though one is Jack-and-Jill style. While the master has enough room for a charming sitting area, all of the rooms have multiple windows, ultimately creating duchess-approved lighting throughout the entire house.