Prince's luxurious property in the Turks and Caicos has now gone to auction. In the aftermath of his death in 2016, the singer's estate has been hard at work handling his assets and unfinished recordings. In the near future, an unfinished memoir penned by the "Purple Rain" hitmaker is expected to hit bookshelves, as well as the release of an album produced in tandem with Jay-Z, an orchestral tribute tour put on by The Roots' Questlove, and a boatload of other memorial material and events.

Prince's island retreat in the Turks and Caicos is now the last of the artist's properties to be put on the seller's market since his death. The plot of land spans a vast 5.74 acres, and comes replete with two private beaches, a marina, and several buildings that total more than 10,000 square feet a pop. 

However, the most significant feature is the winding purple driveway, a vibrant signifier of Prince and his cultural omnipotence. 

The sealed-bid auction will officially close on July 12, and prospective bidders must provide a $100,000 registration deposit in order to participate. Estimates reveal that the property may be sold for $15 million.

Peep some images of the property here