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Prince's Former Toronto Home Listed for $17.88 Million

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REW.ca
December 1, 2017






Prince Main
— Photo: Barry Cohen Real Estate

The music legend's former home sits on a two-acre lot in Toronto's Bridle Path neighbourhood

Address: 61 The Bridle Path, Toronto, ON, M3B 2B2
Neighbourhood: Bridle Path - Sunnybrook - York Mills
Price: $17,880,000
Beds: 6
Baths: 10

International music legend Prince's former home in Toronto is for sale for $17.88 million. The luxury bungalow sits on a gated two-acre estate and boasts over 14,000 square feet of living space, floor-to-ceiling windows and a sleek, modern design throughout. The home comes with a pool, tennis court and even has its own hair salon.

Take a tour with us as we explore the late music icon's former dwelling.

Prince Aerial
Photo: Barry Cohen Homes

The home is located in Toronto's prestigious Bridle Path neighbourhood

 

Prince Entrance
Photo: Barry Cohen Real Estate

The home's marble foyer is both opulent and elegant

 

 Prince Entrance
Photo: Barry Cohen Real Estate

The clean, modern aesthetic is consistent throughout the home

 
 
Prince Foyer
Photo: Barry Cohen Real Estate

Natural light fills the home, accentuating its architecture and interior design

 

Prince Kitchen
Photo: Barry Cohen Real Estate

We love the skylight and bright, all-white design of the kitchen 

 

Prince Dining
Photo: Barry Cohen Real Estate

We're picturing Prince, Bowie and Michael Jackson sitting and chatting in this dining room

 

Prince Game Room
Photo: Barry Cohen Real Estate

Care for a game of pool?

 

Prince Hair Salon
Photo: Barry Cohen Real Estate

Imagine Prince getting his famous coiffe perfected in this hair salon


Andrea is the Content and Social Media Specialist at REW.ca. Andrea has over five years of multi-industry experience in communications and content marketing. Originally from Toronto, Andrea moved to Vancouver in April 2016 and has been loving the West Coast life ever since.
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