2Pac memorabilia continues to be a hot commodity and this latest item is very expensive. TMZ is reporting that the late rapper’s California home is up for sale.

The San Fernando Valley property is reportedly the place where ‘Pac called home after he was released in prison in 1995. The rapper had it in escrow before he was murdered in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas a year later.

The 6,000 square foot home is listed at $2.6 million and it has some cool amenities including six bedrooms, an olympic-sized pool, an exercise room, state-of-the-art kitchen, luxurious living and dining rooms, a private den and more. The current owner actually updated the home with $1 million worth of renovations.

However, the conversation piece of this property is 2Pac’s "Made N----z" lyrics, which are etched in stone. It reads, "Outlawz, Let No Man Separate What We Create."

2Pac's house is among the many items up for sale in recent months. Recently, it was announced that 'Pac's break up prison letter to Madonna is up for auction from July 19 through July 28 at the Gotta Have Rock and Roll auction house. The starting bid for the letter is $100,000 and is expected to go for a lot more.

To check out photos of 2Pac's California home, head over to TMZ.com.