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The mega-mansion where Prince threw his legendary parties and secret concerts has listed in Los Angeles for $29.9m – and it comes with a pool, ballroom, and raised tennis court overlooking the Hollywood Hills.

Built in 1953 by architect Hal Braxton Hayes, the opulent Los Angeles estate has belonged to a long-list of Hollywood alumni before the late musician, most notably Elizabeth Taylor, Ted Fields, Carlos Boozer and Russ Weiner. It’s now listed with Jason Oppenheim, and the 12.5-acre site includes two properties – a 10-bedroom manse that spans over 18,000 sq ft and a 3,000 sq ft guest house.

Interiors feature dark wood and marble flooring and fireplaces throughout the main home. But really, the estate is all about the facilities. Would-be owners can knock a ball back and forth on the court, if they aren’t too distracted by the sweeping views of LA, before retiring to the pool grotto to cool off.

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