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Mansion American singer Michael Jackson, who is in the controversial estate of the artist Neverland (Neverland), wanted to carry. Such measures would go if the house will not be sold in the near future, writes the Mirror.
The estate of the king of pop is in Los Olivos (California, USA). Jackson lived here for 15 years, until he died in 2009. Initially, the estate was called Sycamore Valley Ranch, but it was renamed singer in honor of his favorite hero Peter pan.
The property covers an area of 2700 acres was built in 1982. In Neverland six bedrooms, pool, huge gardens and zoo. On the territory there is a lake with an area of four acres, three guest houses and a beautiful view of the mountains. Jackson bought the estate in 1988 for a sum in the range from 19.5 million to $ 30 million.
In 2003, the singer was accused of pedophilia — he allegedly molested young boys. Later came the famous film “Leaving Neverland”, where former students spoke about the assault. In the result the estate has gained notoriety.
It had planned to sell it after Jackson’s death in 2019 for $ 31 million, but the deal fell through at the last moment. Now, if the property no one will be interested in the near future, it will have to carry, say realtors.
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