The luxury mansion where Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex filmed their Netflix documentary has gone on sale for $32.2 million (£27 million).
The stunning pad, located in Montecito, California, boasts an outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, and a bar.
While it may not actually be the couple's home, the gated estate is certainly large and lavish enough to accommodate the lifestyle of the royal couple and their children.
Set in more than two acres of landscaped grounds, with sweeping mountain and ocean views, the luxury property contains a total of six bedrooms and six full and two half bathrooms between the main house and guest house.
Designed by architects Don Nulty and J.F. Brennan, with the interior design handled by Natasha Baradaran, the main house measures in at a commodious 12,804 square feet, while the one-bed/one-bath guest house atop the three-car garage adds another 800 square feet.
A trio of arched French doors open the spacious formal living room to a colonnade that runs the full width of the house and the glamorous dining room sports a silver-leaf ceiling, while the library features polished wood panelling, a baronial fireplace, and a secret door to the main-floor primary suite.
There's also a huge chef-quality kitchen that's open to a cosy family room, a plush screening room with fireplace and wet bar, a couple of games rooms, a meditation lounge, and a gym. It also has an infinity-edged pool and spa and a "Wimbledon-quality lawn".
The garden even comes with fruit trees, a chicken coop for fresh eggs, and beehives for honey.
The home is listed with Ryan Malmsten of Santa Barbara Brokers.