Aaron Carter's home where the singer was found dead is now selling for $850,000, or P46 million, which is double its purchase price in 2019.
The property was listed on the market last week by Christie M. Limpus of Nebraska-based real estate brokerage company Berkshire Hathaway and was spotted by TMZ on April 4.
In an interview with the portal, Limpus said that the '90s popstar initially put the house on sale for $779,900 (P42.4 million) a month before his death.
Located in Lancaster, California, Carter's residence was purchased by the singer for $400,000 (P22 million) in February 2019. It spans 4,100 square feet and features seven bedrooms and four bathrooms, one of which is where the singer was found dead in the bathtub by his housekeeper.
Contrary to reports about the 911 call following his death, Carter's family claimed that his cause of death is drug overdose and not drowning in the bathtub.
Limpus said that the bathroom is being remodeled, with the property still being shown to interested buyers during renovations. It is located inside the house's primary bedroom which comes with a sitting room and a fireplace.
Apart from seven bedrooms, Carter's two-story residence has a living room with a fireplace, as well as a kitchen with countertops made out of granite, a breakfast bar, and a walk-in pantry.
Other amenities include a movie theater, a pool, and an outdoor spa.
According to Limpus, there were already five prospective buyers who toured the house since it was listed.
The agent added that proceeds from the house sale will go to Carter's estate and the trust fund for his 1-year-old son, Prince Lyric, whom he shared with his fiance Melanie Martin.