How would Michael Jackson feel about this?
It was reported on Friday his infamous Neverland Ranch is up for sale, and the listing price is $100 million!
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The 2,700-acre abode boasts a home theater, train station, and two lakes, and now goes by the name of Sycamore Valley Ranch. The amusement park and zoo have been removed from the property, says The Wall Street Journal, but there is still a llama on site.
Other amenities include two guest homes, sports courts, and a pool.
We hope his family is handling the news well — especially his daughter Paris, 17. It was revealed in February she used the spot for “peaceful reflection” after her suicide attempt.
She seems to be doing much better these days, and even found a new boyfriend in 18-year-old soccer player, Chester Castellaw.
Michael, who passed away on June 25, 2009, purchased the home in 1987 for $19.5 million. He spent 15 years living in the estate.