Vancouver real estate: mansion once rumoured to be eyed by Prince Harry, Meghan Markle sold for $27 million

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      Had the Sussexes bought the luxury home, it would have been known as Vancouver's "Megha-mansion".

      That was the name given by British tabloid The Sun when it reported in January 2020 that Meghan Markle was eyeing 3019 Point Grey Road for herself, Prince Harry, and baby Archie.

      At the time, the waterfront estate was priced $35,880,000.

      Well, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left Canada for good last spring and settled in the U.S.

      Prince Harry and Markle spent some time on Vancouver Island following their decision to shed their royal duties.

      In August this year, the New York Post reported that they bought a multimillion-dollar estate in Montecito, California.

      At one point during last summer, the Vancouver mansion, with its listing price of $35,880,000, was the most expensive property on the market across Canada.

      Real-estate site tracked that the price for 3019 Point Grey Road was eventually reduced to $29,999,000.

      The six-bedroom, five-bath luxury home has been on the market since October 18, 2019.

      Finally, after 427 days, the mansion sold on December 18.

      According to, a buyer picked up the property for $27 million.

      The luxurious home features 6,857 square feet of living space.

      B.C. Assessment placed the 2020 value of the property as of July 1, 2019 at $20,678,000.