A Spanish Villa Once Owned By Prince Is Being Sold for $5.93M

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In 1998, the late Prince purchased a stunningly beautiful home for his wife at the time. The wedding gift happened to be “one of the most privileged residences” in Marbella, Spain. Located in the El Paraiso hills, this luxurious villa is now being sold for $5.93 million.

The 7,534-square-foot estate is positioned on an almost one-and-a-half-acre lot. With a unique architectural style, the completely renovated former home of “The Purple One” offers impressive sea, mountain, valley, and golf course views, and features six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a dining hall, a living room, and a breakfast room with windows that are panoramic.

The first floor has a large colonial-style double staircase, two master bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, and a recently built and fully-equipped kitchen, while the upper level boasts several bedrooms, with one spreading two levels.

This masterpiece of a home, featuring a chandeliered entrance hall and high ceilings, also offers access to a tennis court, an outdoor heated pool, parking for six, and privacy and security.

Follow the death of the pop icon, there’s been an increase in interest in all things Prince-related, especially his music. He currently has five albums in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 album chart, and has sold more than four million albums and songs since the news broke of his passing.

Images courtesy of Engel & Völkers

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