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Meghan Markle’s former Los Angeles house is on sale for $1.8 million

The Hancock Park colonial where the duchess once lived with her ex-husband has a beautiful aesthetic.

Before she became the Duchess of Sussex and began living at Frogmore Cottage with Prince Harry and her baby Archie, Meghan Markle lived and worked in Los Angeles.

She resided in this property with her partner and then husband Trevor Engelson until their separation and subsequent divorce in 2013.

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During that time, it is reported that Engelson and Markle lived in a four bedroom, three bathroom property in Los Angeles’ Hancock Park neighborhood. Now this property is on the market, with an initial asking price of $1.8 million.

Now that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have stepped down from Senior Royal duties, they are able to move around freely, and perhaps a move back to Los Angeles could be on the cards.

INSIDE MEGHAN MARKLE’S FORMER LOS ANGELES HOME

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The 2,262-square foot colonial style home for sale grants an illuminating insight into the design sensibilities of the Duchess of Sussex. Despite being built in 1924, it caters to a highly modern aesthetic, utilizing a clean, neutral palette, with natural hardwood flooring to create a sense of unity throughout the home.

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The open floor plan provides a sense of airiness and maximizes the space on the lower of the property’s two stories. The living room (complete with fireplace) opens to both the dining room and family room, making it an ideal property for entertaining. There is also a breakfast nook, and the dining area opens onto a stone porch.

The modest kitchen is nevertheless designed for efficiency, being well-equipped with two stoves and a large stainless steel fridge. It also features marble countertops and white cabinets with gold-coloured fixtures.

Meghan Markle's house

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Upstairs, four of the three bedrooms are ensuite, with one featuring a Jack-and-Jill style setup. Each enjoys light hardwood floors and an abundance of natural light, continuing the property’s predilection for neutral tones that reinforce the cleanliness and airy space of the home. The upstairs also benefit from two remodeled bathrooms contributing to the general modernity of the property.

Meghan Markle's house

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The overall feel of the place is a welcoming ambiance that makes much of its allotted space, with opportunities to capitalize on should development be on your mind.

The Bienstock Group is proud to be handling this listing, a part of perhaps this century’s most engaging British Royal Family story.

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