Michael Jackson’s famed Neverland Ranch has hit the market for $US100 million.
Now called “Sycamore Valley Ranch,” the 2,700-acre ranch in Los Olivos, California was bought by private investment firm Colony Capital in 2008 for $US23.5 million.
With millions put into its restoration, the listing is being split by Sotheby’s broker Harry Kolb and Hilton & Hyland’s Jeffrey Hyland.
Hyland told The Wall Street Journal that they’re “not encouraging a lot of showings.” Added a representative from Sotheby’s, “We’re not going to be giving tours.”
Alyson Penn contributed to an earlier version of this story.
Welcome to Neverland Ranch, the famed 2,700-acre property that once belonged to the late Michael Jackson.
Passing through the gates into the driveway, visitors will see a bronze statue of children playing in front of the main house.
As you can imagine, the grounds are extensive and heavily manicured. Here is one of the lakes, with fountains in the center.
Of course, it has a pool. The ice cream cart in the front was given to Jackson by close friend Elizabeth Taylor.
The pool house has several floors. When Jackson lived there, it was full of arcade games, according to the AP.
Children and adults were photographed using the train in 2004 when Jackson threw a holiday celebration.
His guests also visited the famous fairground. Colony Capital turned the area into a 'zen garden' when it purchased the ranch in 2008.
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