Settling the estate of the late pop star Prince has proven especially challenging. But now a judge in Minnesota has given the administrator of Prince’s estate the green light to sell certain properties. However, Prince’s legendary home, Paisley Park, is not on the list.
The properties include homes, vacant lots and buildings in Prince’s hometown of Chanhassen, according to the New York Post.
One property is a commercial building estimated to be worth $22 million, another is a 156-acre parcel on the shores of Lakes Ann and Lucy valued at nearly $14 million.
In total, six properties were approved for sale by Carver County Judge Kevin Eide. Eight properties belonging to the estate have yet to hit the market. [NYP] –Christopher Cameron