The superstar’s famous complex is on sale, and cameras have now given a rare virtual tour round the memorable features.
Fans have been given a rare glimpse inside Michael Jackson ‘s famous Neverland ranch, as it goes on sale for a whopping $100million.
The superstar’s famous complex is on the market more than six years after his death, and now fans have been given a virtual tour around all the features, with everything from the empty theatre to the floral clock revealed.
The ranch, which spreads across 2,700-acres in Los Olivos, California, is officially named Sycamore Valley Ranch, but it was re-named the Neverland Ranch and was the former home of the King of Pop.
Now NBC’s Joe Fryer has given fans a glimpse inside the ranch, as potential buyers begin to line up.
Jackson bought the ranch in 1987 for $19.5million, but he slowly transformed it into a huge amusement park – adding major value to it.
There was of course a six-bedroom mansion in the centre where he lived.
Colony Capital eventually bought the property for $22.5million before his death in 2009, when he was in default on a loan.
“Michael’s vision was to take the ranch back to its natural setting and to sell the ranch eventually,” Kyle Forsyth of Colony Capital told Fryer. “So we’re just following through with our original vision.”
The virtual tour reveals all the rides have gone, but the train tracks, floral clock, and theatre room remain.
Cameras also reveal the incredible view over Mount Catherine, named after Jackson’s mother.
It is thought the buyer will have free reign on what to do with the property, but it’s hoped it will reflect its famous history.
“We still have an affinity for Michael and a deep respect for Michael’s legacy,” Forsyth said.