Photos: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s potential Oregon castle home

Photo/Video Credit: Steve Haning 


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An Oregon Castle has been identified by property experts as perfect for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and visiting royalty.

The Sussexes sre seeking financial independence from the Crown, while waiting for American politics to come around to their way of thinking. Fairytale Blackberry Castle has been waiting for its real prince to finally come along and is priced at $3.9million. But it currently rents on Air BnB for $2,000 per night. (More info after the gallery)

This fantasy home includes:

A multi-story library with a massive-working clock on its ceiling.

A gym with climbing wall appears to be a rather whimsical dungeon and the workout equipment.

6.4 acres of land

Five bedrooms

Six bathrooms

Wine cellar

Chef’s kitchen with a $50,000 custom range from Italy

Movie theatre

Atrium bar

An entertainment space styled like a European village and more.

Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s last day as functioning senior royals comes on March 31st and Portland seems like the perfect place to shed the glare of many paparazzi as they wish to do, Blackberry Castle is a fitting environment for Harry, who is still a prince and sixth in line for the throne of England. It is also a reasonable commute for Meghan to the film centers of Hollywood and Canada. Priced at a very reasonable $3.9 million for their pocketbooks, the listing agent is Daniel Lowe of Luxe Christie’s International Real Estate, Lake Oswego, Oregon.

Interior Photo Credit: Steve Haning
Exterior Photo Credit: Kyle McCallum

Source: luxecir.idxbroker.com



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