Once the home of The King of Pop, the famous Neverland ranch has been put up for sale by the Jackson family for a hefty $100 million dollars.
The 2,700 acre estate has had its trademark amusement park rides removed, nor does it come with Michael Jackson’s pet chimpanzee Bubbles. It does, however, come with six bedrooms in the main house, a cinema that hosts 50 people, a swimming pool and basketball & tennis courts amongst other things.
In case the new owner wants to entertain a large group, the ranch also features two guest houses with four and two bedrooms, not too shabby!
MJ purchased the ranch for $19.5 million in 1984 and moved out in 2005 after he was acquitted of molestation charges.
The property is now officially called Sycamore Valley Ranch, but the flower feature spelling out Neverland and a clock remains intact.
So if you’ve got a hundred mill to spare why don’t you go ahead and splash out.
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