Inside Meghan Markle's $2.65 Million LA Home That's Up For Sale
Meghan Markle's old bachelorette pad in Los Angeles could be yours if you've got a lazy $2.5 million lying around.
While the Duchess of Sussex recently moved into Frogmore Cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle with Prince Harry and baby Archie, she once lived a very different lifestyle right in the middle of LA.
The former 'Suits' star lived in this "rare Colonial Hancock Park charmer" built in 1924 for two years -- and while it's not Buckingham Palace, it's certainly got a few luxurious perks.
Meghan's old home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a den, a fireplace and a Jack and Jill room which is a ridiculously quaint way of saying there's a bathroom with two sinks and two separate entrances.
The home is described as "sunshine-filled, open and airy" and is right near a few of the city's attractions like the La Brea Tar Pits (if you're into pre-historic fossils) and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (if you want to soak in some culture).
So if you've dreamed of living like Markle during her pre-royal days when she was a carefree actress with a lifestyle blog, this is your chance to cook in her old kitchen, entertain guests on her old verandah and do your nightly skincare routine right in her old Jack and Jill bathroom.
The property is up for $1.79 million, which is about $2.65 million in Australian dollars, a bargain right?
The listing has only just popped up on Homes.com so you'd better start saving and jump in quick if you want to scoop up Meg's old home.
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