Aretha Franklin’s mansion in Detroit has reportedly been sold for $300,000 (£233,964).
According to public records, her former 5,600-square-foot 1927 brick home, adjacent to the Detroit Golf Club, was sold last month, The Detroit News reports.
The newspaper says Franklin bought the home in 1993 but nearly lost it in 2008 due to unpaid property taxes.
Her 4,148-square-foot Colonial-style house in suburban Detroit’s Bloomfield Township is still listed for $800,000 (£623,904).
Franklin estate personal representative Sabrina Garrett-Owens said “there are no other properties” that were owned by the Queen of Soul.
Tributes flooded in for the “boundary breaking” soul legend after her death, with Barack Obama and wife Michelle describing her as “divine and unmatched”.
Another former US president, Bill Clinton, said in a joint statement with wife Hillary that Franklin was “one of America’s greatest national treasures”.
In a statement, her family labelled her as “the matriarch and rock of our family”, and said her death was “one of the darkest moments of our lives”.
They thanked fans around the world for their “compassion and prayers”, adding: “We have felt your love for Aretha and it brings us comfort to know that her legacy will live on.”
Her Detroit funeral, which was more of a celebration, lasted more than seven hours and featured a wide array of tributes, with her close friend Stevie Wonder among the performers.