Do you have a hundred million dollars to spare? You can get your own home and amusement park all in one. The California property includes multiple amusement park rides, a Ferris wheel, and a resident elephant along with a resident llama. Now known as the “Sycamore Valley Ranch”, the Wall Street Journal first reported the post of the sale. The huge mansion within the 2,700 acre property includes six bedrooms and 21 other structures, two guest houses, and a building that used to be the house of the “Neverland Valley Fire Department”. The amenities include a swimming pool, two lakes, a basketball court and a 50-seat movie theater.
Jackson bought the ranch for only $19.5 million in 1987 from William Bone, a golf course mogul, and lived there until 2004 when the cops raided the property as part of an investigation that involved his alleged sexual misconduct with minors. After the raid, Jackson reportedly said he no longer felt at home at Neverland.