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Michael Jackson’s Last Home Is up for sale again

By Adrian Prisca


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Before his premature death, Michael Jackson used to live in this residence that we’re going to present now. This impressive mansion bears a generous French Chateau style and lies at 100 N Carolwood Drive, in Los Angeles, California, within the Holmby Hills.

The fabled King of Pop Music used to rent the residence for $100,000 per month from the current CEO of Ed Hardy and owner Hubert Guez. By the middle of 2009, right after Michael’s passing away, the home was put up for lease for a mind-boggling $300,000 per month. After this sudden price put up, the home was put to sale for the staggering sum of $28,995,000.

Regarding the specifications of the property, it was penned down by Landry Design and built by real estate developer Mohamed Hadid. In terms of space, a total of 17,171 square feet represent the living space, organized in 7 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a lavish, decorated living room, full-appliance custom kitchen with walk-in freezer, a Russian style movie theater, playroom, exercise room, comfortable family room and a large master suite with his and hers bathrooms.

In addition, the mansion sports a swimming pool with an adjacent pool house. Additional endowments are also present, like 12 fireplaces, a 7-car garage, a hand-carved wooden staircase, crystal chandelier and, upon the entrance, a large iron front door.

The current listing price for the home has been reduced to $23,900,000. Taking consideration the history of the home, it’s pretty much worth the current value, but nevertheless, it’s something rich people can afford.


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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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