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Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Hits The Market For $100 Million


Well this is a thriller.

The California property known as Neverland Ranch when it was owned by Michael Jackson is on the market for $100 million, the Wall Street Journal reports. The approximately 2,700-acre compound near Santa Barbara still has theme park-style features leftover from the "King of Pop," like his giant "Neverland" clock, a train station and railroad tracks. The flock of exotic animals the singer kept on the property is gone, though a lone llama reportedly still roams the grounds.

The estate now goes by the name Sycamore Valley Ranch, and the Ferris wheel, carousel and carnival rides Jackson installed have been removed to let the property's two lakes, pool and two guest houses shine.

The ranch's 22 structures also include a pool, cabana, basketball court, tennis court and barbecue hut.

Investment firm Colony Capital bought the ranch from Jackson in 2008 after he defaulted on the loan. Last year, Bloomberg reported that Neverland was getting ready for a sale.

Sotheby's International Realty of Santa Barbara and Hilton & Hyland of Beverly Hills are co-listing the property. Agents declined to comment, but we've got photos below:

Jim Bartsch
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Jim Bartsch
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