This morning on the Today show, NBC's Michelle Kosinski toured the property with estate agent Dudley Singleton, who revealed a modest home fit for any future princess.
The semi-deattached, four-bedroom Victorian, named West View, resides in the Berkshire village of Bradfield Southend. Complete with a very British red front door, the house includes a small sitting room with fireplace, expanded kitchen and cozy sleeping quarters, including the future Queen's teenage bedroom (no Prince William posters in sight).
At the top of the stairs sits baby Kate's nursery, which now belongs to another potential princess. Asked if her room contained any magical, fairy tale-like powers, the young girl placed a tiara on her head and replied, "Probably, yeah. All my friends really like me now."
Kate lived at West View until she was 13. In 1995, her parents, Michael and Carole, sold the lot for about $257,000. But the royal in-laws remain in the neighborhood, and their former home's backyard garden still boasts the shed where they started their successful party business.
The property is set to hit the auction block in June, but reportedly there haven't been any bites so far -- only inquires from journalists.
Watch the Today show tour below:
More Royal Wedding News:
Royal Wedding Invite List: Celebs and Ex-Loves
Kate Middleton's Rainy Day Style
Royal Bride's Virginity No Longer an Issue
For Sale (Again): Kate Middleton's Engagement Blouse
Royal Wedding Viewing Party Goodies
Is Alice Temperley the Royal Wedding Dress Designer?
Royal Wedding Stamp Snafu Tears Couple Apart
Prince William's Got a Case of Wedding Jitters
"Nonentity" Kate Middleton Bullied at Boarding School
See Princess Di's Secret Second Wedding Dress