Where's a prince to live when he no longer wants to stay in his castle?
Following in his big brother's footsteps, it looks like Prince Harry has his eyes set on Norfolk.
The charming 31-year-old is reportedly interested in a stunning new home in the idyllic country town.
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Water Hall, which is selling for £3,600,000 (approx $AUD6,311,580), looks like the perfect home for the single Prince, with seven bedrooms, sprawling grounds, a pool area and large rooms for entertaining.
The incredible property even has a built-in bar, ideal for those occasional house parties with besties Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne.
The Sun reported that the 31-year-old was checking out the neighbour-free, riverside manor, which is in the village of Wighton, about 27 kilometres from his William's house, and around the corner from the Queen's Sandringham estate.
One local told the paper, "Apparently Harry really liked it."
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Savills, the real estate agency selling the pretty piece of heaven, reveals that Water Hall sits on 5.5 acres of gardens, boasts a pool, tennis court and games room, plus a large dining room - which is perfect for those luxe fancy dinners, fit for actual royalty (or Grandma).
They describe it as an "exceptional" family home "set in a wonderfully peaceful and private position within the Stiffkey Valley."
The house features "an open plan bespoke kitchen", plus a sitting room and drawing room. The main house has four bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, and the master bedroom also featured dressing areas and its own separate staircase from the ground floor.
The property, which has had renovations over the past 15 years, also features a separate cottage adjoining the pool area that has another bedroom and bathroom, and an annex connected to the house contains a separate kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
The house is just a short drive from the beachside town of Wells-next-the-Sea, in an "area of outstanding natural beauty", with bird reserves, coastal paths and links golf courses.
While Harry's people have declined to comment on his potential new real estate acquisition, it certainly lines up with where he is in his life right now.
The beloved royal has made no effort in hiding how much he wants to settle down and focus on his family.
Last year, at the end of his royal tour of New Zealand, the former military man spoke to Sky News' royal correspondent, Rhiannon Mills.
“Of course I would love to have kids right now,” Harry revealed when questioned on the subject of family.
“But there’s a process that one has to go through and tours like this are great fun, hopefully I’m doing all right by myself.”
“It would be great to have someone else next to me to share the pressure, but you know, time will come and whatever happens, happens.”
For now, Prince Harry is happily focusing his efforts on his darling nephew Prince George and sweet little Princess Charlotte.
While Harry once joked he's a bad uncle, he's got some impressive support behind him, endorsing his skills. Michelle Obama let slip that redhead is brilliant with the kids.
"I have to say the most precious thing, if you haven't already fallen in love with him, is to see him with his nephew," said Michelle of Harry.
Speaking of the evening in which she and her husband met Harry as well as the Duke and Duchess at their Kensington Palace residence, she quoted Prince George who asked the royal, “Uncle Harry, why are you so quiet? Why are you so quiet?”'
Harry then piped up, calling the moment "so embarrassing". He explains that George noticed that he was on his “best behaviour” as he is “normally throwing him around the room and stuff."
"And he didn't understand what is wrong with you," the first lady said to Harry. "He’s got a pretty good uncle over here."
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