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Take a look at what’s for sale near Frogmore Cottage. The home of Royal Couple, Harry and Meghan.

Harry and Meghan are quite simply the most famous new parents on the planet right now. After the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced the birth of their baby boy this week.

Baby Archie’s birthday, 6th May, was the busiest day on Rightmove this year. Seven Keys takes a look at some of the properties on the market in Harry and Meghan’s home town.

A very royal address…

This stunning four-bedroom terraced house is nestled in one of Windsor’s most prestigious postcodes, and fitting with the monarchical theme, is based in the heart of Kings Road.

The Grade II-listed family home overlooks the estate where Frogmore Cottage can be found, while inside, the property is bursting with characterful touches such as feature fireplaces and log burners.

Take a look at the property here.

A house fit for a king…

You’ll soon feel like the king of the castle once inside this charming two-bedroom cottage, which counts views across the iconic Long Walk among its impressive armoury.

The main shopping thoroughfare, Peascod Street, and the pedestrian-only shopping centre of King Edward Court, are a gentle stroll away. If you’ve got a dog that needs walking, you could easily bump into Harry and Meghan along Queen Elizabeth’s Walk or Prince Albert’s Walk.

Take a closer look at the property here.

A fairytale property…

This beautifully grandiose property, on the market for £1.125 million, boasts all the stature befitting a family home that neighbours a royal family.

Windsor Castle is right on the doorstep, so you’re likely to bag an enviable spot for the next generation of royal weddings should Harry and Meghan’s little one follow in the footsteps of his parents.

The house comes complete with a striking walled garden and benefits from generously-sized bedrooms and reception rooms.

Take a closer look at the property here.

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