Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch, which went on the market for an astonishing $100 million price tag in 2015, just had a pretty steep price cut of 33%.
The property came off the market in 2016, but went back up recently according to the Wall Street Journal. The property, now called Sycamore Valley Ranch, has changed quite a bit from the days MJ was living there. Gone are the carnival rides and animals – though one llama does remain (so you have that going for you).
The new buyer will acquire the renovated 2,700-acre property which includes 22 structures including a six-bedroom house; two guest houses; a pool with a cabana; a working train and train station(!); basketball and tennis courts; a BBQ area; a 50-seat movie theatre; some lakes; a huge floral clock which spells out “Neverland”; and a stage equipped with trap doors (for magic shows).
Here are some photos:
Jackson purchased the ranch for $19.5 million back in 1987.