Inside Meghan Markle's Former Los Angeles Home
Before Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in May 2018, she was a resident of Los Angeles. Now, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home Markle resided in is on sale for a mere $1.8 million. She reportedly lived in the two-story property with her then-husband Trevor Engelson, who is a film producer and talent manager.
Located in Los Angeles's Hancock Park neighborhood, the single-family home features a modern aesthetic with a neutral palette, an airy living room that’s complete with a fireplace, a cozy kitchen, and much more. Of course, it doesn't compare to her new residence at Frogmore Cottage with Prince Harry and baby Archie, but the 2,262-square-foot home offers a glimpse at the Duchess of Sussex's interior design style.
Scroll down for a look inside the charming colonial home, which is listed with The Bienstock Group.
The exterior of the colonial home in Los Angeles.
The living room opens up to both the dining room and the family room.
The beautiful open floor plan is ideal for entertaining.
There's a porch just off the dining area.
Plus, it has a breakfast nook.
Here's the kitchen with marble countertops and white cabinets.
Statement art can be found throughout the space.
The home features four spacious bedrooms.
Here is another light-filled bedroom in the house.
There are a total of three bathrooms in the property.
It even has a huge backyard with a dining area.