Prince’s former mansion on the Costa del Sol is up for sale again – and now fans can get a glimpse inside following his shock death.
Judging by the pictures of its lavish interior, it’s bound to be snapped up fast – although you’ll need deep pockets.
Its owner – reportedly a Dutchman who bought the mansion from the Purple Rain singer in 2004 – has listed the property at a cool €5.25 million (roughly £4.08 million).
The famed musician originally shared the luxury pad with his then wife, dancer Mayte Garcia , before the couple divorced in 1999.
It’s thought the star fell in love with the Costa del Sol after performing in Marbella in 1990 and went on to write many songs from his sunny estate.
A few years after the glamorous pair’s separation, their mansion was put up for sale for €3.7 million (roughly £2.88 million) in 2004.
Photos from inside the pad reveal a luxurious estate, filled with elaborate touches, such as chandeliers and sweeping spiral staircases.
The grand entrance hall also houses a tribute to the mansion’s previous owner in the form of a giant portrait of the singer hanging high above the staircase.
No doubt down to its Mediterranean location, the estate is furnished much more traditionally than Prince’s Paisley Park home in Minnesota.
The sale comes just after Prince’s own £200 million estate was described as “chaos” after the star was “too paranoid” to make a will.
Sources told TMZ that the superstar was a “disaster” when it came to managing his own finances and business affairs.
They claim his advisors found it “virtually impossible” to get him to sign any legal documents in the last five years.