Michael Jackson’s Magical Neverland Is On The Market For $67M
Well, this might be a dream-killer for some, but also a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for others. Michael Jackson’s incredible Neverland Ranch is on the market once again, with the blissful 2,700-acre California estate having experienced a major pricing cutback.
Initially listed at $100 million, you could now get Michael Jackson’s dream home for just $67 million, which means you’ll save $33 million on this deal. Not bad, right? Renamed Sycamore Valley Ranch, the lavish property comprises a 12,500 square foot French-Normandy style main house, designed by the award-winning architect Robert Altevers.
Decorated with the help of exposed timber beams, five fireplaces, and 18th-century French oak parquet flooring, this is merely the beginning of an incredible experience.
There are 2,700-acres worth of amenities to be enjoyed, including a Disney-style train station fully equipped for an enjoyable lunch, as well as a 1,900 square foot private fire station & administration building, a primary guest house with four units, a 3,655 square foot tennis pavilion/pool house, and a 5,500 square foot building where a 50-seat cinema awaits.
The main house is stunning, to say the least, and it’s complemented by manicured lawns, gardens, and magnificent trees. Let’s not ignore the gorgeous lake with waterfall and swans, boat stops and a lovely beach. Would you live here, though? I mean, it’s like an outrageous and luxurious kindergarten, where kids go to escape their parents and all rules.