Prince's former Toronto home is reportedly back on the market for $13 million. The 14,500 square foot compound the late rock star lived in from 2001-2006 features purple carpets, a pool and the singer's famous glyph embossed on glass doors, according to a photo gallery posted by TMZ. The house -- which was reportedly listed for just under $9.5 million two years ago -- was where Prince lived with wife Manuela Testolini and the seller reportedly pulled it off the market after the singer's death last year.
Based on pictures from Forest Hill Real Estate -- which Billboard has reached out to for additional comment at press time -- the home has a grand entrance with classical columns, a formal dining room, a plush lounge with deep burgundy carpets, at least one massive closet with plenty of room for shoes and other accessories, a home gym with sauna and a tennis court.
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