Strong controversy recently published Documentary Michael Jackson, Leaving Neverland, the Neverland Ranch is back on the market.
Seems a strange choice, especially in light of overwhelming images and evidence that the property is the site of alleged sexual abuse.
Since Jackson's death, it has been renamed "Sycamore Valley Ranch" and has been remodeled and renovated. After a $ 100 million success in 2015, the asking price was reduced to $ 67 million.
He is coming back now with a price tag of $ 31 million, reports Forbes. Let's take a look at the property, a joint property of Jackson Estate and a fund managed by Colony Capital:
Since Jackson's death almost ten years ago, many improvements have been made to infrastructure. They have retained some of the features added by Jackson to the 2,700-acre property, such as the train, the fire department, and the vast topiary garden that spells out the name of the property in bright yellow around a clock.
In total, there are three separate guest houses, a movie theater with a stage, several barns, animal shelters, corrals and a maintenance workshop. There are also several large water games on the property.
Below is the swimming pool, which includes a covered outdoor barbecue and a pool house:
The interior of the house, like the outside, is made in the French Norman style:
Here is a rough video tour of the property, put online in 2017, which gives you an idea of the size of the property:
With the scary story attached to the property and a $ 30 million selling price to the north, it will likely be a difficult sell.[source:forbes]