Michael Jackson's Home Back On The Market
August 03, 2010 - Los Angeles
The Los Angeles mansion where Michael Jackson died in June of 2009 is back on the market with an asking price of $28,995,000.
The "faux French chateau" sits on a 1.26 acre lot according to listing information. It was conceived by Richard Landry and completed in 2002 in the most prestigious area of Holmby Hills.
Within the approx. 17,000+ square feet of living space are seven bedrooms, thirteen baths, and twelve working fireplaces.
The estate also offers a glamorous theatre for screenings in a grand style, a magnificent wine cellar and tasting room, elevator, a spacious spa with gym, and an elegant guest house with stained glass doors leading to the expansive pool and gardens.
Within the approx. 17,000+ square feet of living space are seven bedrooms, thirteen baths,and twelve working fireplaces.
Before his death, Michael had been renting it for $100,000 a month at the time from owner Hubert Guez, the current CEO of Ed Hardy.
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