The Final House of Michael Jackson on Sale
Final House of Michael Jackson. The house where Michael Jackson died in 2009 is now on sale. Everything has remained untouched here since his death. Let’s take a short tour inside the house and see singer’s bedroom, library, bathroom, cinema and other rooms. The 7-bedroom, 13-bathroom home is finished with high-end amenities such as a theater, wine cellar with tasting room, an elevator, 14 fireplaces, a spacious spa with gym and a large swimming pool. When construction was completed, it was designed to sell and priced at $38 million on the Beverly Hills real estate market. That’s when Jackson fell in love with the property.
The home was leased for Jackson by concert promoter AEG Live from December 2008 up until his death in June 2009 for a reported $100,000 monthly rental. And it was here where Jackson was preparing for his comeback tour, “This is It” when he died of a drug overdose for which his personal physician, Conrad Murray, was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter.
The home was re-listed briefly in 2010 for $23.5 million, but the home has now been re-listed at a new price of $23.9 million. All contents relating to Jackson have been removed from the home, following the sale of most of Jackson’s personal items, furniture and collections during a December 2011 auction.
There is even a chalkboard that contains a touching message from one of Michael’s kids: “I love Daddy. Smile, it’s for free!”