Michigan home of late music icon Aretha Franklin listed for $800,000

In this July 27, 2010, photo, Aretha Franklin performs at The Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. Matt Rourke/AP/File

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. — The suburban Detroit home of the late ‘‘Queen of Soul’’ is for sale.

Aretha Franklin’s 4,148-square-foot brick Colonial in Bloomfield Township is listed for $800,000. It offers five bedrooms, seven baths, and access to the gated community’s pool and tennis courts.

There also is a three-car garage, jetted tub with a sauna, and multiple decks.

Franklin was 76 and living in a riverfront apartment in downtown Detroit when she died in August from advanced pancreatic cancer. Her songs ‘‘Think’’ and ‘‘Respect’’ are R&B classics.

She died without a will. Her tangible assets include several pieces of property in the Detroit area that according to tax assessors’ estimates are worth at least $2 million, with a market value that could easily be twice that.

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