This place is so elegant.

By Katie Holdefehr
Updated December 12, 2017

Meghan Markle made the move to London at the end of November, and now her Toronto rental is on the market for $1.395 million. We’ve been admiring glimpses of Markle’s stylishly decorated space on Instagram for almost a year, but now we’re excited to take a virtual tour of the entire three-bedroom, two-bathroom home, via its listing on While the two-story home may not be Kensington Palace, it certainly doesn’t disappoint.

This stylish single family home is the perfect starter space for a future royal. A luxe eat-in kitchen, landscaped private garden, and two-car garage are just a few of the home’s big draws. The finished basement would make this the perfect home for a family with young children, while the open floor plan makes this space ideal for entertaining. The kitchen features sleek stainless steel appliances, including a modern refrigerator with French doors and a spacious bottom freezer, while the tasteful dining room can seat six for an intimate dinner party. Located just a few minutes walk away from Vermont Square Park, where the new owners can bring their kids or pets, the home was designed for a young family.

Inside, stylish modern decor makes this space incredibly chic. From the dark gray paint in the bathroom and dining room, to the brass and marble coffee table in the living room, this place hits the top trends. While the interior of the home looks ready to move in, the backyard garden would be ready for outdoor entertaining with the simple addition of outdoor furniture and some fresh plants come springtime.

While Meghan Markle may have moved on to greater things—specifically, to the Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace—this gorgeous place would make a perfect starter home.

The adorable two-story home is located on a charming suburban street.

The decor in the living room is cozy yet sophisticated.

The small yet efficient kitchen features modern appliances and a tiny table for two.

A dark accent wall and oversized artwork bring the drama in the dining room.