Michael Jackson’s home listed for sale

  • 12 years ago
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The stunning Los Angeles property
where Michael Jackson died has been listed for sale for $23.9 million.  And, according to realtors and the TMZ
celebrity website, a ‘major celebrity’ is interested in buying the plush
mansion.

The 50 year old passed away in
2009 and the ten year old home will only be shown to serious buyers who can
prove they have the cash to fund the purchase.  Keep reading to learn more about the King of Pop’s former
home.

Elegant and sophisticated French chateau estate

Jackson’s property was built in
2002 in the Holmby Hills area of west Los Angeles.  It’s described by the realtors as an ‘elegant and
sophisticated French chateau estate’.  
At more than 17,000 square feet, it boasts seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms,
its own movie theater, a gym and a pool. 
The contents of the property were sold at auction in December.

The realtors say ‘The estate…
offers a glamorous theater for screenings in a grand style, a magnificent wine
cellar and tasting room, elevator, a spacious spa with gym, and an elegant
guesthouse.’

The stunning mansion also
features 12 working fireplaces, and is set in 1.26 acres of ‘lush and mature
landscape’.

Realtor Mauricio Umansky, head of
The Agency in Beverly Hills, will only show the property to serious buyers who
have pre-qualified, meaning they have the money to buy it.

Pictures on the realtors website
appeared to include shots of the bedroom where the King of Pop died from an
overdose of the anaesthetic drug Propofol on June 25, 2009 at the age of 50.  Conrad Murray, Jackson’s personal
doctor, was jailed for four years in November after being convicted of the
involuntary manslaughter of the star.

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