Prince’s Former Toronto Mansion Up For Sale: $12.7 million

There’s a house selling for a princely sum in one of Toronto’s enclaves of the super-rich.

That’s in part because the mansion and property at 61 The Bridle Path was once owned and occupied by Prince, the singer/songwriter and international star who died suddenly on April 21.

The newly listed home features 14,280 square feet of living space on two secluded acres of property. Even in Toronto’s overheated real estate market, the asking price is likely to raise eyebrows: $12,788,000.

Prince, who married Torontonian Manuela Testolini in 2001, owned this Toronto property for about five years before the couple divorced in 2006.

 

The Minnesota native, who married Torontonian Manuela Testolini in 2001, owned the property for about five years before the couple divorced in 2006. During that time, Prince produced one of the most successful albums of his career, Musicology (2004).

The listing by Forest Hill Realty Inc. Brokerage states the mansion offers “a dramatic floor plan and a majestic ambience for entertaining on a global level.”

Among the amenities: floor-to-ceiling windows, oversized skylights, sprawling grounds with mature trees, a tennis court and swimming pool, which comes with a heated cabana featuring a three-piece en-suite kitchen.

Prince's former Toronto home is now on the market for around $12 million. The home features floor-to-ceiling windows, oversized skylights and a tennis court.

During the time Prince owned this Bridle Path mansion in Toronto, he produced Musicology, one of the most successful albums of his career.

Prince lived in this Bridle Path mansion in Toronto from 2001 to 2006. The home is now on the market for around $12 million.

The asking price for this Bridle Path mansion formerly owned by Prince is likely to raise eyebrows, even in Toronto's red-hot real estate market: $12,788,000.

The swimming pool at this Toronto mansion formerly owned by Prince features a heated cabana with a three-piece en suite kitchen. The home is now on the market for around $12 million.

Prince's former Toronto home is now on the market for around $12 million. The home features floor-to-ceiling windows, oversized skylights and sprawling grounds.

The real estate listing states the mansion offers "a dramatic floor plan and a majestic ambience for entertaining on a global level."

Originally posted by: Bruce DeMara, Toronto Star

 

 

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