You don’t have to be in the line of succession to live like nobility. A house near Frogmore Cottage, the new home of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, has recently hit the market. The single-family house is located on King’s Road in Windsor, England and is a mere five-minute drive (or 20-minute walk) to baby Archie’s new home, according to The Daily Mail.
This three-story property features an entrance hall, dining room, and kitchen that leads out to the backyard and garage. If you’re concerned about prying paparazzi snapping pictures of your home because of its close proximity to Frogmore Cottage, a wall surrounding the backyard provides great privacy. The garden currently has patio stones on the ground and features a birdhouse, although there is no mention if either is included in the price of the single-family home.
The first floor is where the master bedroom is located, along with a second bedroom, reception room, and a family bathroom. Two additional bedrooms are located in the top floor. There is an undisclosed amount of bathrooms in the royal-adjacent property, which is listed at a price of nearly $1.4 million (£1.1million).
“It’s a magnificent property which presents a wonderful renovation opportunity for the lucky buyers,” said Anthony Blackstone, director of Winkworth’s Sunningdale branch, per The Daily Mail. “With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex living just around the corner, Windsor has become somewhat of a fairytale town and is a marvelous place to raise a family.”
Although your potential new property will need some renovating to fully become your dream home, you wouldn’t be the only resident of Windsor who’s had to upgrade their house.
Meghan and Harry’s Frogmore Cottage which originally built between 1680 to 1684, underwent extensive renovations before the royal couple moved in last month. The Telegraph reported that the Sussex’s new digs would include a nursery, a yoga studio, and a gym. The Daily Mail added that there would be a space for Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, as well as room for “a nanny and police protection officer.”
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