PRINCE may be dead but any fan with a deep pocket has the perfect opportunity to get through the mourning process by buying his former Marbella house.
The enormous 13-bedroom palace in Paraiso Alto appropriately comes with a recording studio and impeccable manicured gardens.
Prince, who died last week, fell in love with the Costa del Sol after performing in Marbella in 1990 and is thought to have written many of his inspirational songs from the stunning estate.
The wedding gift from the famous singer to his wife Mayte Garcia in 1998 also counts a gym, pool and tennis court.
A Dutchman who bought it in 2004 after the couple divorced has now put it back on the market for €5.25 million, understood to be making a reasonable profit, with agents Engel and Volkers.
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