Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly looking to relocate, and real estate expert Brendan Brown has named the place that is most likely to tick the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s every need
Their time in Montecito is reported to be coming to an end with their next move still seemingly up in the air. But now, celebrity real estate agent Brendan Brown has told the Mirror the pair should be taking a close look at Malibu as their next port of call.
Brendan Brown of Westside Estate Agency labelled Malibu as an “enclave for the wealthy to really get the closest thing to small town feel”. He described the area as a “slightly more showbiz version of Montecito” and revealed it would be a much more sensible option for the pair following Meghan’s signing with top talent agency WME.
Carbon Beach (featured above) was labelled as a potential fit. While the pair’s next move is unknown, Brendan explained all the positives for a move to the area – although a budget of at least $15-$25million would be required for their dream property.
Top of Brendan’s list was the aptly nicknamed Billionaire’s Beach. Also known as Carbon Beach, the area is said to be one of the most exclusive communities on offer and is home to some of the most expensive residences in the world. To make it even more appealing it offers an amazing beachside lifestyle.
Another viable option, according to Brendan is Serra Retreat, which used to be home to Britney Spears. Switching the beach life for the tranquility of the Santa Monica mountains, the area is described as “multi-point gated” to give the famous duo that private feel they’ve so openly been yearning for.
And Paradise Cove also got an honourable mention, which Brendan said is “renowned for its laid-back vibe, and has access to some of the best private beaches and surf spots in all of Malibu”.
Brendan went on to reveal exactly what these destinations would offer the Duke and Duchess of Sussex: “[They are] Gated, secure, and [Meghan and Harry would] probably feel the most comfortable around other high profile and high net worth individuals.” He also said they all offer “multiple layers of security like dual gates”.