Most people would love to own a mansion in the Caribbean, and now they have a chance to with a famous catch. Prince’s island estate in the Turks & Caicos is going up for auction. The late singer, who died at his home in Paisley Park in Minneapolis in 2016, owned this lavish property which is located on five acres of the peninsula of Providenciales.
The island estate is unique to the late singer and his trademark purple color due to its long purple driveway. The property has been on the market with Premiere Estates for $12 million since the singer’s death, but has not sold. The singer’s estate is now set to auction off the property on July 12.
There is no minimum bid for the property, there is a required $100,000 check for interested buyers. The company will only accept written bids for the property and “all buyers do their own due diligence in regards to assessing value,” according to the company. Full tours of the property are also available to interested buyers. The auction will begin at 5 p.m. EST, and the registration deposit is fully refundable if the property is not purchased.
The property itself is about 10,000 square feet, and features six bedrooms and six bathrooms. There is a main house as well as multiple accommodations for guests around the property, which also sports a tennis court, a pool two different private beaches, and a 200-foot personal dock.
The Mediterranean-style home has a red tile roof and pale stucco facade, and it’s only purple accent is the long driveway. The company is expecting multiple bidders for the property, due to its previous owner and popular location.
The property is located on the secluded and narrow peninsula of Providenciales, meaning there will be plenty of privacy and tons of beach and water access. There is lots of natural terrain and crystal blue waters surrounding the property, and the home is made from Caribbean materials and decor.