The mega-mansion that the King of Pop passed away in untimely has been sold to a business tycoon for $18 million and rolling out has the photos unveiling the details of this regal property.
Michael Jackson’s Los Angeles’ upscale Holmby Hills neighborhood has boasts a theater, elevator, gym and a wine cellar and sits on 1.2 acres, radaronline.com reported.
The house was recently listed for $23.9 million and the seller was Hubert Guez, the chief executive of designer clothing label Ed Hardy, according to The Los Angeles Times.
The late king of pop was leasing the house for a reported $100,000 a month while he was living there in 2009 and before he moved in, it had been listed for as much as a whopping $38.5 million.
The Los Angeles Times said the timeless genius behind Thriller and Off the Wall was leasing the house for a reported $100,000 a month while he was living there in 2009 and before he moved in, it had been listed for as much as a whopping $38.5 million.
Of course, this was the spectacular edifice that Jackson lived in while he was training and preparing for the record-breaking concert series in London in the spring of 2009. He was under the medical care of former physician Conrad Murray, who was feeding MJ fatal dosages of the powerful prescription drug propofol and he passed away at age 50 in June 2009.
Murray was later found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and is serving four years in prison.
Take a look at the breathtaking photos of the Holmby Hills property.