Since his untimely death last year, Prince has proven to not only be a music legend, but a real estate mogul, with a portfolio that includes his iconic Paisley Park estate — which opened as a museum in the fall — a lavish Turks and Caicos vacation home and a two-acre mansion located in the Bridle Path/Post Road neighborhood of Toronto.
The latter just hit the market for a whopping $12.8 million, reports, and it's filled with the kind of personality the late singer was known for, such as purple carpets and his famous symbol embossed on glass doors, according to .
Prince and his second wife Manuela Testolini occupied the 14,280-square-foot home from 2001 to 2006, and it pretty much has everything you can think of for almost given its near $13 million price tag: Cathedral ceilings, a courtyard, fitness room, sauna, garden, pool and tennis court, to name a few.
In the wake of his tragic overdose, there has been much debate over how much Prince's assets are worth given that he did not leave a will. The Paisley Park estate is allegedly worth $200 million alone, according to . Without a will, however, the estate could be subject to a higher rate of taxation, though its fate (and ownership) remains to be seen.
In the meantime, take a gander at the Toronto property below.