It’s a wrap: This week’s celebrity home swaps

1) Prince’s 10,000-square-foot home in the Caribbean has just hit the market for $12 millionThe beach-front estate is set in the Turks and Caicos on a peninsula on the atoll of Providenciales – is comprised of a main residence, an attached guest wing, a two-bedroom guest house and a three-bedroom staff house.

2) You may never shoot a basketball like Steph Curry, but if you’ve got a spare $3.9 million, you can use the basketball hoop he uses to practice on (and the rest of the house). According to the Wall Street Journal, the basketball star has listed his home in Orinda, CA for $3.895 million, a few months after buying a bigger place in nearby Walnut Creek for $3.2 million in November.

3) Tony Award-winning Scottish actor Alan Cumming and his husband Grant Shaffer have listed their East Village co-op after living in it for more than a decade. They are asking $2.2 million. Cumming is moving on to a nearby townhouse at 404 East 9th Street.

4) New to the market is an impressive four-story brownstone at 407 Stuyvesant Avenue. The 3,420-square-foot house is asking $2,875,000 and according to the listing it was once home to the groundbreaking baseball star Jackie Robinson. The landmarked Romanesque Revival style building has a 20-foot-wide façade, and was built by R. Sweet in 1892.

5) Russian socialite, model, actress and LLNYC cover star Anna Anissimova has a new vacation spot! According to Page Six, she scooped up a $20 million estate in the Hamptons, composed of a mansion for $15 million and a neighboring parcel of land for $5 million on Kellis Pond in Water Mill.

6) Former Secretary of State Colin Powell has sold his Upper West Side condo apartment at 220 West 93rd Street for $2,815,000 million, according to city records. Powell and his wife Alma bought the apartment in 2007 for $1,883,763.

7) Patrick McEnroe is looking to give up his home court advantage. The tennis ace — younger brother to John McEnroe — and his wife, the actress Melissa Errico, are putting their sprawling loft at the Mercer House on the market for just under $8.5 million.