Go Inside The Mansion Prince Painted Purple
This Los Angeles home was once owned by Elizabeth Taylor, NBA star Carlos Boozer, and most notably, Prince
Written by Kasey Caminiti
Photographed by The Oppenheim Group
Located in Los Angeles, this historic home was famously painted with purple stripes by Prince back in 2005. The home was originally owned by NBA star Carlos Boozer and superstar Prince purchased the home with Elizabeth Taylor in 2004. It took only a few months before Prince incorporated his signature style onto the home’s exterior with a new paint job. Now, listed at $29.99 million with the Oppenheim Group, this Beverly Hills mansion could be yours.
This stunning estate is comprised of the main house that spans across approximately 15,101 square feet and an English Tudor home measuring about 3,300 square feet. With ten bedrooms, 13 baths, a wine room, spacious outdoor terraces, a rooftop tennis court, and a pool with stone grotto, the main house is truly spectacular.
According to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com, home is brokered by the Oppenheim Group in West Hollywood, its leader Jason Oppenheim and bevy of starlet real estate agents are seen on the Netflix series Selling Sunset. Click through the gallery for an inside look.