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Trio of Prince’s properties hit the market in Minnesota

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Three homes owned by the estate of late singer-songwriter Prince have come to market in a suburb of Minneapolis, Minn.
(Redfin.com | Inset: Getty Images)

A trio of properties owned by the late singer-songwriter Prince have come to market in Chanhassen, a suburb of Minneapolis.

The largest of the properties, at 1.82 acres, includes new construction of a Gonyea Homes-designed house of about 3,600 square feet. Described as a rambler with an open floor plan, the house will have a vaulted great room, a game room, four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The 1.82-acre property is listed for sale at 925,000.
The 1.82-acre property is listed for sale at 925,000.
(Redfin.com )

A stream runs through the lot, which carries an asking price of $925,000. Prince bought the property more than a decade ago for $230,000, public records show.

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Listed at $1.675 million is a wooded 1.5-acre lot on Lake Riley. The property also touts new construction by Gonyea Homes, including a 5,654-square-foot main house with an indoor sports court, a game room and a theater room.

Five bedrooms and five bathrooms are within the proposed design.

The smallest of the properties, on slightly more than a quarter of an acre, includes a 1960s ranch house of about 2,500 square feet.

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Offered for about $300,000, the renovated home has an open-plan living room, a dining area and an updated kitchen in more than 2,500 square feet of space. There are two fireplaces including one in a purple-hued family/rec room.

The master suite features a walk-in closet, a glass-enclosed shower and freestanding soaking tub for a total of three bedrooms and 2.25 bathrooms.

Glass doors off the dining room open to a deck overlooking the grounds.

Stephen Norton of Norton Realty holds the listings for all three properties.

Prince, who died in April at 57, was among the best-selling pop artists of all time. He won seven Grammys and an Oscar for original score for the film “Purple Rain” (1984).

He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.

neal.leitereg@latimes.com

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