Prince performs during the halftime show of the NFL's Super Bowl XLI football game between the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts in Miami, Feb. 4, 2007. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Prince's former Toronto home was put back on the market just days after the world remembered the late legendary singer on his first death anniversary on April 21, TMZ reported late Tuesday. The 14,500-square-foot home, where the "Purple Rain" singer lived from 2001 to 2006 when he was married to Manuela Testolini, has been listed for a whopping $13 million.

The price tag on the house is exactly $13,186,500, according to TMZ, which added that the worth of the house had gone up from $9.5 million in two years.

The house, which was earlier on the market, was taken down after Prince's death last year as sellers did not want it to look as if they were capitalizing on the bad news, TMZ reported.

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Several real estate agencies have reportedly approached for the purchase of the house. According to TMZ, whoever gets his/her hand on the house will also become the neighbor of rapper Drake, who lives in the same neighborhood.

The 57-year-old Prince was found unresponsive at his Paisley Park home and studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota, on April 21 last year. The cause of death was said to be an overdose of painkillers.

After his death, the "Diamonds and Pearls" singer's net worth was estimated to be $300 million. Last fall, court filings revealed that Prince’s estate was worth about $200 million after tax deductions. Prince's money may be inherited by his sister, Tyka Nelson, who is first in line followed by his five half-siblings.

According to estimates, Prince also had about $25.4 million worth of real estate and roughly $110,000 invested in four bank accounts, in unclaimed property, cash, and capital credits.

Just before the one-year anniversary of his death, Prince’s estate filed a lawsuit to block a release of an EP by the singer called “Deliverance,” which had six songs. The scheduled release last Friday was to coincide with the anniversary and was to be done independently by a former collaborator and audio engineer, George Ian Boxill.