Rumors have swirled for months that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been looking for real estate in the Cotswolds in rural south central England, where he spent much of his childhood and where estates can fetch over $10 million.
On Monday, when the pair officially announced their engagement, an estate called Luckington Manor that was on the market for more than $10 million was quietly taken off the market, according to Daily Mail. The seven bedroom 18th Century manor sits on an 156-acre property that once belonged to King Harold in 1066 in Luckington, a village with a population of just over 600 people.
Luckington is a familiar face in England because it was the site of the 1995 TV series Pride and Prejudice. It's also close to Harry's childhood home, Highgrove, where his father Prince Charles still lives.
The new royal residents should make this already hot real estate zone even hotter.
"It's like a magnet," Sophie Gannon from Savills Estate Agents in Oxfordshire, England told the publication of the region's affinity for attracting celebrities like David and Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney. "If you get one person, you get them all," she says.
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