The late, great King of Pop is back in the news again, but this time it is not for having a chart topping posthumous release.
Instead, Michael Jackson‘s Neverland Ranch is being placed back on the real estate market with an asking price of a whopping $67 million.
Billed at 2,700 acres, the property near Santa Barbara, California, has been renamed Sycamore Valley Ranch and is marked down significantly from the $100 million it was originally on the market for last year.
The house has a 12,000 square foot main residence with a 3,700 square foot pool house making having a house party the thing to do once the new owners get settled in. There is also a separate building with a 50-seat movie theater, a dance studio, a “Disney-style” train station, a fire house and a barn.
Prior to his passing in 2009, Michael Jackson sold the storied ranch to Colony Capital for $22.5 million. Colony Capital, which sounds suspicious AF, is ran by Thomas Barrack, a confidant and fundraiser for President Agent Orange.