Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Filmed Interviews for Their Docuseries at This Montecito Mansion Now Asking $33.5M

If you’ve tuned in to Netflix’s latest royal docuseries, this home’s arched doors and ocean views might look familiar to you. The Montecito property with vast spaces and a luxurious California vibe served as the location for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interviews in the much-anticipated Harry & Meghan.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially moved to California following the 2020 announcement that they would be stepping down as senior working royals, something they speak on at length in their Netflix series. While this house is not where they settled with their growing family, it is where they spent time telling their story when filming in August 2022.

While it’s no Windsor Castle, the Mediterranean-style home built in 2006 certainly doesn’t lack opulence. Listed for $33.5 million, it totals six bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread across 13,600 square feet. There is also a guest house and a five-car garage.

Indoor amenities that did not appear in the recently-released series range from a gym, theater, and bar room. Outside, a swimming pool is tucked into the patio. Balconies and beautiful landscaping, including private gardens, allow for soaking up the sun and taking in nature on the two-acre property. With organic vegetable beds, citrus orchards, and a chicken coop, it definitely reflects aspects of the life the Duke and Duchess seem to have created for themselves in Southern California though it is not their own home.

To walk in the footsteps of the couple and spend some time here, Ryan Malmsten at Santa Barbara Brokers holds the impressive listing.