It's on sale now.
Meghan Markle may now reside at Frogmore Cottage with her husband Prince Harry, but before the Duchess of Sussex became, well, a duchess, she lived in Los Angeles. TMZ reports that L.A. home she owned is now on the market for a casual $1.8 million. As the Bienstock Group's listing for the home described it, Meghan lived in a sunny, 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom single-family home with a lot of sunshine in Central Los Angeles's Hancock Park neighborhood.
Look inside, and you'll find Meghan had a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, luxurious bathrooms with gray and white tiling, and abundant sunshine in every art-filled corner. Light neutral colors are emerging as a Meghan Markle signature. In Meghan's Toronto home, she also had a warm palette of whites, creams and grays. Royal reporter Carolyn Durand reported for ELLE.com in January that Meghan was incorporating that color preference into her and Prince Harry's new Windsor home, which was being renovated at the time.
The couple moved into the home in April, shortly before their baby Archie was born. (Before she lived at Frogmore Cottage, Meghan stayed in Nottingham Cottage with Prince Harry on the Kensington Palace grounds.) Frogmore Cottage, a source told ELLE.com in June, is "providing the family with so much happiness! It is quiet and out of the hustle and bustle of London. For them all to be able to walk freely and enjoy the beautiful area is such a sensational treat!”
Here, tour Meghan's sunny former Los Angeles house.