Perfect for the ultimate Prince fan.
An opulent Bridle Path mansion in northern Toronto formerly owned by Prince is on the market for the cool price of $12,788,000.
The iconic pop star died Thursday at the age of 57 at his home in Minneapolis, Minn. The cause of death is not yet known.
Prince was a long-time resident of Toronto, a city he called “a melting pot in every sense of the word.”
In 2001, Prince married Torontonian Manuela Testolini, and reportedly did much of the recording work for the 2004 album ‘Musicology’ in Toronto.
The listing for Prince’s Bridle Path home describes it as “a world class luxury residence” that boasts over 14,000 square feet of living space, a “dramatic floor plan” and “a majestic ambience for entertaining.”
Known for his ping-pong prowess, the estate also features a private tennis court, and an “award-winning pool” on a two-acre gated estate.
A perfect place to park your little red Corvette.