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'See Why Michael Jackson House Has Not Yet Been Bought 13 Years After His Death

The Neverland Ranch was constructed to resemble a palace. There's a ballroom, a theater that seats fifty people, three guest rooms, a pool, a lake, tennis courts, and basketball goals. Additional amenities include 29 restrooms and 16 sleeping areas. There was a $100 million estate sale after Michael Jackson's death.

"Rush into" the pop star's house was a call to action for fans to purchase merchandise. However, to everyone's surprise, there was nobody present to welcome them. There was no takers despite the price dropping from $100 million to $31 million over the course of several years. There is absolutely no interest in staying home.

I will explain why in detail:

To begin, the Ezego House in Ihiala's family and Neverland Ranch in Michael Jackson's are both too famous to rent to decent people. It was as though the building as a whole was emitting poisonous rumors. How reliable are these rumors, exactly? At least, I haven't heard of any. There has been no significant interest in purchasing the framework, though.

Teen s*xual assaults have been related to many commonplace items. Despite the fact that Michael Jackson was cleared of any s*xual assault allegations before his death, the story and other rumors to the contrary persist. The HBO documentary "Leaving Neverland" was detrimental to the ranch's reputation. This residence was styled to resemble an enchanted Disney kingdom.

When there are so many other, more desirable places to live, why would anyone pay millions to live on Disney property? Before the buyer can begin building their plan, they will need to spend several million dollars dismantling the current structures.


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