Go Inside Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch, on Sale for $100 Million
Want to live like a musical icon? For a cool $100 million, Michael Jackson's famous Neverland Ranch – where he lived for almost 15 years – can be your new home.
With 2,700 acres of land under your domain, you're going to need an easy way to get around. Luckily, the train and railroad tracks that Jackson had built are still on the property.
The name may have been changed to Sycamore Valley Ranch, but the visitors are still greeted by the elaborate, floral "Neverland Clock" at the front entrance.
The late superstar first purchased the Los Olivos, California, property in 1987 for $19.5 million.
What's even better than having your own lake? The ranch has two different lakes, which sit on either side of the massive main house, as well as a swimming pool.
On the estate's extensive grounds stand an astounding 22 buildings, including the headquarters of the Neverland Valley Fire Department.
Though Neverland Ranch once boasted a full zoo, almost all of the animals are now long gone. The only one who currently resides there is a llama, who has the whole yard to himself.
In addition to seating 50 film buffs, Jackson's movie theater features a stage with a trap door, perfect for magic shows and spectacular performances.
The 12,000-sq.-ft. home boasts six bedrooms. In case that's not enough space for your friends and family, there are also two guesthouses, with another six bedrooms between them.
The estate was rumored to go on the market back in 2003, amid reports that Jackson was in dire financial straits. However, the singer refuted those claims, and the property wasn't readied for new owners until just recently.