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You Can Buy Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch for $100 Million

You can't make it another day... without this property

Michael Jackson’s famed Neverland Ranch — now known as Sycamore Valley Ranch — is officially on the market for $100 million. According to the Wall Street Journal, the 2,700-acre property, which has been renovated by Colony Capital and is located about 40 miles north of Santa Barbara, California, is now minus MJ’s mini-amusement park and private zoo (though a llama reportedly still lives there — which is as good a reason as any to empty your bank account right now).

The buyer will still get a whopping 22 buildings containing a train station with the Neverland clock, a four-bedroom guesthouse, a second guesthouse with two bedrooms, a pool, and the Neverland Valley Fire Department building. The lucky millionaire will also get basketball and tennis courts, a 50-seat movie theater, and a stage designed for magic shows. The ranch was originally purchased by the King of Pop in 1988 for $19.5 million.