It's not Paisley Park, but one of Prince's former homes is for sale.
It's a mansion in Toronto where Prince lived from 2001-2006 with his then-life Manuela Testolini. And it can be yours for about $13 million.
Take a peek inside. While the interior is way less extravagant than Paisley Park's all-purple-everything designs and themed rooms, Billboard says the 14,280 square foot mansion still shows traces that Prince once lived there – like purple carpets and the late singer's famous symbol etched on glass doors.
There's also 10 bathrooms, marble floors, a home gym with sauna, a tennis court, and a secluded yard with centuries-old trees.
The Current says Prince recorded parts of the album Musicology in the Toronto area, and he was photographed against the Toronto skyline on that album’s back cover.
The home was already listed for sale last year, but was removed from the market following Prince’s unexpected death in April, CTVNews.ca reports. The realtor handling the sale told the site that the seller didn’t want to be seen as trying to capitalize on the attention generated by the late singer's death.
Oh, and here's a bonus – the realtor also said Drake is moving in "just around the corner."