Harry and Meghan looking at buying $36 million mansion in Vancouver
Now that the Queen has officially given her blessing for Harry and Meghan to move to Canada, it seems that the royal couple are already house-hunting in Vancouver.
According to a report in the British tabloid The Sun, Harry and Meghan have been eyeing a $36 million dollar mansion in a ritzy area of West Vancouver. The luxury home offers sweeping views over the ocean and city skyline.
The spectacular 6900 square-foot property boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms, panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows, elegant fireplaces, and manicured gardens.
Although the Vancouver mansion was originally constructed in 1912, making it 108 years old, the property has undergone significant renovations since its construction.
The modern dining area offers panoramic views of the Burrard Inlet and North Vancouver's mountains.
Harry and Meghan can also enjoy an open-concept kitchen featuring state-of-the-art appliances, such as a stainless steel fridge, a smooth surface cooktop, and a single wall oven.
Since the property is located in Vancouver's sought-after "Golden Mile" area of Point Grey, Harry and Meghan can expect some famous neighbours, including Lululemon-founder Chip Wilson.
The mansion is also located near Pear Tree Elementary — a top Vancouver private school that Archie could attend for a cool $15,500 each year.
Privacy — which Harry has made a priority from the very start of his relationship with Meghan — is guaranteed by the gated driveway, as well as the tall hedges surrounding the home.
However, if the Sussex family do want to venture outside, the property is steps away from Vancouver's beaches, the Kitsilano Yacht Club, and Modo Yoga — one of Meghan's favourite yoga studios.
Considering that Meghan has already been spotted having tea at a Vancouver women's centre and dropping by a local charity to discuss climate change, it comes as no surprise that the Sussex family will likely buy a house on Canada's West Coast.
Let's just hope that Harry and Meghan can handle the occasional brutal Vancouver snowstorm.
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