The Montecito mansion costs 14 million dollars and is no longer enough. Prince Harry and Meghan would like an even more exclusive residence in Montecito, the star-studded neighborhood of Santa Barbara, where they have lived for more than two years.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be ready to move just two years after the purchase of the Californian mansion in Montecito.
Legend has it that the house – calling it home is an understatement, considering that it has nine bedrooms and, apparently, 16 bathrooms – cost 14 million dollars, with its value now at least doubled.
Prince Harry and Meghan, however, despite having lived in this mansion the turbulent years after the farewell to the royal family, have decided that they want much more for their family and that the structure, which also has a private cinema, a gym, a SPA, a wine cellar, a separate house where Doria Ragland stays, Meghan’s mom, when she comes to visit her grandchildren and, of course, a swimming pool, is no longer enough to satisfy all their needs.
What Prince Harry and Meghan want, rumors very close to the Sussexes confirm, is extreme privacy.
And considering that over the past two years, several drones (presumably from the American press) have been seen traveling to perilous heights to invade the couple’s privacy and that several intruders have attempted to enter the house over the past two years, they are not all wrong.
Prince Harry and Meghan selling their house
We know some details of the American residence of the Dukes of Sussex because, during some business video calls, both Prince Harry and Meghan appeared in their respective studios or the living room, revealing their minimal but refined style: however, the problem is not so much the beauty or not of the property, as much as the degree of accessibility by strangers.
According to the Mirror, the couple is seriously considering selling the house to move to the nearby Hope Ranch, an exclusive stellar mansion complex already home to personalities like Adam Levine and Jennifer Aniston.
The Hope Ranch, so they guarantee Californian real estate sites with some of the villas in the neighborhood for sale, is a vast and luxurious community in which those who live there experience the utmost privacy: within its borders, there are golf courses. , tennis, and even private schools.
The house that Harry and Meghan would be interested in costs 22 million dollars: according to The Sun, they would have bought it already, and, even if there is no confirmation, it seems that the Sussexes have a great desire to change and start over in a place that best represents their new status as first-rate celebs, producers and entrepreneurs.