The four-bedroom Hancock Park property is on the market for $1.8 million.
Before Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in May 2018, she was a resident of Los Angeles. Now, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home Markle resided in is on sale for a mere $1.8 million. She reportedly lived in the two-story property with her then-husband Trevor Engelson, who is a film producer and talent manager.
Located in Los Angeles's Hancock Park neighborhood, the single-family home features a modern aesthetic with a neutral palette, an airy living room that’s complete with a fireplace, a cozy kitchen, and much more. Of course, it doesn't compare to her new residence at Frogmore Cottage with Prince Harry and baby Archie, but the 2,262-square-foot home offers a glimpse at the Duchess of Sussex's interior design style.
Scroll down for a look inside the charming colonial home, which is listed with The Bienstock Group.
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