Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch Will Never Be The Same As It Goes Up For Sale Today

Photo Credit: Haley Sato

Photo Credit: Haley Sato

Six years ago, Michael Jackson left the world with a tremendous legacy. The King of Pop not only left behind a musical record that is unbeatable, but he also left a kingdom of possessions, including his Neverland Ranch that went up for sale Friday, May 29, 2015.

Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is located in California, and it is being listed at $100 million as opposed to the $19.5 million that MJ paid for it back in 1988. The 2,700-acre property is now known as Sycamore Valley Ranch, and it includes a 50-seat theater, two lakes and a train station. However, the property’s zoo and its small amusement park have been removed.

The “Thriller” singer lived in his Neverland Ranch for 15 years. However, the star later avoided his treasured home after being cleared from charges that he molested children on the property.

We know that whoever buys MJ’s home will never be able to fill up the void that he left in our lives after his death. You are very much missed, MJ!

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One Response to Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch Will Never Be The Same As It Goes Up For Sale Today

  1. Debra says:

    Your statement about filling “up the void” is true…I imagine that it will not only be difficult, but that the reality of that statement may even ward off potential buyers…no one can fill MJL’s shoes.

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