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Palatial Impression: An Inside Look at the Lavish Montecito Mansion of Harry & Meghan

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The Montecito mansion, featured prominently in the Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan, is truly a sight to behold. Built in 2006, it was the home of choice for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, when they settled in Montecito, California in 2020.

Montecito has long been a coveted destination for the rich and famous, with its storied history including John and Jacqueline Kennedy’s honeymoon in 1953. The region continues to attract Hollywood luminaries such as Oprah Winfrey, Kim Kardashian, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Ariana Grande, drawn to the area’s natural beauty and luxurious lifestyle. For Harry and Meghan, it was the ideal platfrom for their six-part docuseries which documents their love story from the beginning and chronicles their tumultuous exit from the royal family, breaking viewership records in the process.

The Mediterranean-style home boasts six luxurious bedrooms, spanning over 13,599 square feet, and offers breathtaking views of the ocean and mountains. The regal great room is adorned with a magnificent chandelier and elegant arched windows, where Meghan was extensively filmed for the show’s interviews.

Set on two acres of lush grounds, the exterior of the mansion is adorned with romantic walkways, verdant gardens with year-round blooms, towering palm trees and accent vines, a bountiful vegetable garden, citrus orchards, and even a chicken coop for fresh eggs.

The lavish amenities include a pool, hot tub, bar, gym, game room, and theater. Additionally, a picturesque guest house is available to accommodate any royal relatives or VIP guests who may visit and enjoy the sunny Southern California climate.

Photos by Jim Bartsh
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