Homes to make your baby feel like royalty
The arrival of a new royal baby has got us thinking about homes that are perfect for little ones, places with sweet nurseries and children’s bedrooms, plus family-friendly kitchens and gardens. We have beautiful homes all around the world that fit the bill – these are some of our favorites in Harry’s native London and Meghan’s hometown, LA.
Brunswick Gardens II, Kensington, London
With its classic, practical kitchen and colourful sitting area that leads out to the garden, this Kensington home’s open-plan living area is a great place to spend time as a family. Your little ones will also love Brunswick Gardens II’s cosy, characterful children’s bedrooms.
Ardilaun Road, Highbury, London
This Highbury home’s stylish kitchen has everything you’ll need, and is right beside the playroom area. Both spaces give onto the easily accessible garden, where there’s a lawn to run about on. Upstairs, Ardilaun Road’s fourth bedroom has also been designed with little ones in mind.
Highland Avenue, Santa Monica, Los Angeles
Highland Avenue’s heart is the relaxed open-plan living area, which has a generous kitchen and very easy access to the garden (where there’s space for the whole family to dine). What’s more, this Santa Monica home’s nursery has a varied toy collection and a little teepee.
St James's Gardens IV, Highbury, London
This bold Holland Park home is a playful place – you’ll discover everything from graffiti-style art to a well-equipped games room area and, in the garden, an adventure playground. St James’s Gardens IV’s children’s rooms are especially fun (the skate-park-themed sixth bedroom even has a skate ramp).
Topsail Street, Venice, Los Angeles
In this welcoming Venice home, your little ones can spend their days splashing about in the private pool or playing in the toy-filled children’s bedroom and nursery. Grown-ups will love Topsail Street too – the white-painted, wood-floored master bedroom is a great place to relax.
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