Those looking to scoop up an iconic piece of real estate in the mountains of Santa Barbara may be in for a treat because Michael Jackson‘s infamous former residence is back on the market after getting a price slash.
In the wake of Michael Jackson’s estate going after HBO for the “Leaving Neverland” documentary, the King of Pop’s former ranch in Los Olivos is back on the market for $31 million — a staggering $36 million price reduction.
The 6-bed, 7-bath ranch was originally listed for $100 million in 2015, but was dropped to $67 million two years later. MJ lived in the home for 15 years, and after he left it was renamed to Sycamore Valley Ranch.
Unfortunately, the amusement park was removed after Jackson left, but the ranch has received some upgrades over the years.
Bubbles the chimpanzee is also gone, but don’t worry he’s being well taken care of at the Center for Great Apes chimpanzee sanctuary in Florida.