Prince's Former Toronto Home Goes Up for Sale

Prince's Former Toronto Home Goes Up for Sale
The death of Prince has brought much attention to the Artist's legendary career, but other parts of his history are making the rounds as well. It turns out Prince's former Toronto home is back on the real estate market.

As The Hollywood Reporter points out, the home Prince had lived in between 2001 and 2006 is currently up for sale at an asking price of $12.8 million through real estate firm Forest Hill Oakville.

Situated in the upscale Bridle Path neighbourhood of Toronto, the 14,280-square-foot house is set on a gated-off, two-acre site. While the listing doesn't make mention of Prince's name specifically, it's described that this is "a rare opportunity to reside in this estate formerly owned by acclaimed international music celebrity."

The home features six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, an "award winning" swimming pool, a tennis court and more. It's added that the home is "encompassed by lavish foliage" and that "serene tranquility abounds."

Prince had moved into the home after marrying Toronto-born Manuela Testolini in 2001. The house was sold after the couple were divorced in 2006. It was sold again in 2011, and returned to the real estate market in late 2015. You can find out more about the home over here.

As previously reported, Prince passed away last Thursday (April 21) at his Paisley Park estate in Minneapolis. The cause of death has yet to be revealed. He was 57 years old.

The Toronto home isn't the only piece of Prince-related property to have gone up for sale in recent times. Last year, the two-level home used for exterior shots in Prince's 1984 movie Purple Rain went up for $110,000 USD.