The Montecito Home Where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Filmed Is For Sale
The bright and airy living room is where the couple filmed many of their confessionals, but the series also showed off a few other areas of the grand abode that’s, quite literally, fit for royalty. Built in 2006, the Mediterranean and Spanish Revival-style home has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two half-baths. Multiple living spaces allow for entertaining and relaxing, and an outdoor kitchen area is the ideal spot for year-round al fresco dining under the Californian sunshine.
The estate spans 13.5 sq. ft. and is fully equipped for both large, lavish events and small, intimate gatherings. A neutral color palette and contemporary furnishings dominate the bedroom designs, while exposed beams and vintage-style decor gives the open-plan kitchen and living area a cozy, lived-in feel. Kitted out like a five-star luxury resort, amenities include a gym, theater, bar, game room, pool, sauna, library, and a five-car garage. The property also includes a tranquil guest house surrounded by lush gardens, complete with a separate private entrance that allows guests to feel like they have arrived at their very own home away from home.
Outside, pebbled pathways and stone walls are surrounded by tropical landscaping. Organic vegetable gardens, a chicken coop, and beehives ensure that residents are never without fresh produce straight from their backyard.
Throughout summer, and beyond, the massive pool and spa area is ideal for relaxing with friends and family. There’s also a fully covered cabana is suitable as an outdoor massage and yoga platform.
Finally, the home offers unobstructed views of the Santa Ynez mountains, further enhancing its curb appeal.
888 Lilac Drive is listed with Ryan Malmsten of Riskin Partners Estate Group and is available to view now.