The couple might be looking to settle in the village of Luckington in the Cotswolds, near his childhood home.
Luckington, which has a population of 630, is in the heart of the polo country where Harry and William grew up.
This £7.7million stately manor, Luckington Court, was taken off the market yesterday as the royal engagement was announced
The royal couple might be looking to settle at this property in Luckington in the Cotswolds, near Harry’s childhood home
On the day of the engagement yesterday, Luckington residents were remaining tight-lipped about the rumours
The interior of Luckington Court, which has been rumoured to be a potential rural home for Harry and Miss Markle
And the £7.7million stately manor is also near Highgrove, Harry’s childhood home and where Charles still lives.
Luckington Court is known for being used as the location of Longbourne in the 1995 TV series Pride and Prejudice.
Longbourne is the Bennets’ home in the story – and the BBC version of it starred Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle.
And it is also nearby to the Minchinhampton home of his cousin Zara Tindle and his aunt Princess Anne.
Luckington is located just 18 miles from Bristol on the Wiltshire-South Gloucestershire border.
The village and its surrounding towns are filled with large, remote homes that often come with their own stables.
The stately manor in the Cotswold village is just 18 miles from Bristol on the Wiltshire-South Gloucestershire border
One Luckington local said residents are ‘very protective of our neighbours here, so it would be very private for him’
Harry and Miss Markle share a kiss following the polo at Cowarth Park Audi Polo Challenge in Berkshire in May
Harry and Miss Markle pose for a photo in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace in London today after the announcement
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales pose with their sons Harry and William at Highgrove in 1986
Luckington Court is known for being used as the location of Longbourne in the 1995 TV series Pride and Prejudice (pictured)
The popular 1995 version of Pride and Prejudice filmed at Luckington Court starred Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle
On the day of the engagement yesterday, Luckington residents were remaining tight-lipped about the rumours.
But one local, who did not wish to be named, said: ‘Obviously we saw a lot of Harry when he was growing up.
‘It’s lovely news to hear he’s getting married, and it would be really nice if he came back here to live.
‘We’re very protective of our neighbours here, so it would be very private for him.’
The much-anticipated news of the royal engagement was confirmed by Prince Charles at 10am yesterday.