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Prince's estate denies Paisley Park will be sold

The administrator of Prince's estate has denied reports that the late musician's Paisley Park complex could be sold.

The US star was found dead in the Minnesota property in April aged 57 after suffering an opioid overdose.

The mysterious 55,000 square foot complex was built by Prince in 1983 and it features a recording studio and performance space.

TMZ recently reported that a request was filed by Prince's estate to sell almost 20 properties owned by the musician, including Paisley Park.

However, estate administrator Bremer Trust has denied that it will be put on the market.

It said in a statement: "[The estate has] no plans to sell either Paisley Park or the property referred to as the Purple Rain house."

Prince's brother-in-law Maurice Phillips previously told The Sun that his family hope to turn Paisley Park into a museum celebrating the musician's life.

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