The mansion where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filmed their Netflix documentary "Harry and Meghan" has hit the market.
While many viewers may think the stunning house belongs to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the sprawling compound in Montecito, California, merely provided the on-screen backdrop for the couple's controversial six-episode documentary.
The couple's new seven-part feature film, "Live and Let Die," premiered on Dec. 31.
The six-bedroom building boasts seven bathrooms, a gym, theater, bar, game room, pool, guesthouse and five-car garage.
The living room has a gorgeous fireplace, marble floors, and three arched glass doors that lead to a covered terrace with views of the private backyard.
It's a familiar place Markle saw on the Harry and Meghan show, discussing her problems with the British royal family.
The chef's kitchen is equipped with marble countertops, high-end appliances, and space for an informal dining table.
The main suite on the first floor is surrounded by glass doors that lead to a private wrap-around terrace.
The master bath has a soaking tub and walk-in glass shower.
The five additional bedrooms also have private terraces.
Flexible spaces inside and out make it an intimate home for 2, but can easily accommodate more than 200 people.
The 13,599 square foot property was built in 2006 and first came on the market in August 2021.
The mansion sits on over 2 acres and amenities include a generator, solar power, grey water irrigation system, private well, organic vegetable plot, citrus orchard, chicken coop and secret garden.
In addition, this iconic home offers spectacular mountain and ocean views.
Ryan Malmsten of Santa Barbara Brokerage and Riskin Partners Real Estate Group hold the property.