Paisley Park won't be up for sale anytime soon, but Prince fans can pick up the rock star's fictional residence for just $110,000. The recently listed 3-bed, 2-bath home where Prince parked his custom Hondamatic Honda CB400A during the filming of Purple Rain just hit the market late last week. The home of "The Kid" and his troubled parents, the building earned brief screen time in the 1984 blockbuster, an unlikely hit by a first-time director filmed during winter in Minneapolis. The building is located south of downtown, where many of the main locations seen in the film, such as the legendary club First Avenue, still stand. Sorry fans: supposedly, the owners sold the original bathtub on eBay a few years ago.
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