The German building, dubbed “Harry’s haus”, is perched 800m above the River Isar, near Harry’s new club Bayern Munich.
In winter it is shrouded in snow and mist, making it look like Blofeld’s lair in the 1968 flick On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Bizarrely the house – in an area known as the “Beverly Hills of Bavaria” – appears in another film, the German comedy Vaterfreuden about a man who is given a vasectomy by a ferret. It’s extremely unlikely to bother Harry, 30, who had been living in a hotel since signing for Bayern Munich in August.
Also that month his wife Kate, 30, gave birth to their youngest son Henry – a brother to Louis, two, Vivienne, five, and Ivy, six.
They now enjoy the run of a garden on the edge of a forest after staying with Harry in a £3,436-a-night suite at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The family’s new mansion also boasts a sun deck, whirlpool and spa, which locals say is fit for goal king Harry.
The £104million star, who is on £415,000 a week – more than double his Tottenham Hotspur wage – has enjoyed a prolific start to his time at Bayern, hitting 25 goals in 22 starts, with eight assists.
He is a firm favourite with the fans and is now looking forward to his former Spurs team-mate Eric Dier joining the club after he signed this week.