It has been revealed that Prince owned a stunning holiday home in the Caribbean island of the Turks and Caicos.
As well as his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota, Prince owned a house in the Costa Del Sol, and this £8 million mansion in Providenciales, reports the Mirror.
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The 10,000 square foot property has 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a tennis court, a 200ft boat deck, and its own white-sand beach.
A gallery of pictures of the house first appeared on the TMZ website, which said that the first thing Prince did when he bought the property was paint the drive purple.
The late singer, who passed away in April, also had a huge pyramid above his Paisley Park home that would illuminate purple when he was home.
Robert Greenwood of Christie's International Real Estate told TMZ that the property was bought in 2010, but that Prince had not fully moved in.
Although it's "sparsely furnished", he said, there's actually a few items in the house from the "Purple Rain" movie, including a mirror and a few chairs.