Meghan Markle's former LA mansion is still looking for a buyer, and the asking price just dropped - here's a look inside
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- The Duchess of Sussex's former California home is now on the market for $1.75 million.
- Meghan Markle rented the home in the Hancock Park neighborhood of LA with her then-husband Trevor Engelson for two years before splitting up in 2013.
- The mansion has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a modern design with colonial roots.
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The Duchess of Sussex lived in a 2,262 square-foot Los Angeles home with her then-husband, Trevor Engelson, when she wasn't filming "Suits" in the early 2010s.
Now, the property is back on the market for $1.75 million. The asking price has seen a small price cut; it was initially listed this past summer at $1.8 million.
The home, which is in the historic Hancock Park neighborhood of LA, has a colonial style exterior but a renovated, modern interior. The all-white interiors and multiple windows ensure that the home is constantly flooded with natural light, too.
Sheri Bienstock of The Bienstock Group holds the listing. Keep reading for a look inside the home.
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