Michael Jackson's home, a Holmby Hills mansion where he died from acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009, is on the market for $29 million and comes complete with 1.26 acres of land.
The 'King of Pop' was renting the vast property in Bel Air, Los Angeles, for $100 000-a-month with his three children, Prince Michael, 13, Paris, 12, and eight-year-old Prince Michael II, also known as 'Blanket', while he rehearsed for his 'This Is It' London residency.
However, the $29 million price tag is a significant reduction from when the home was first put up for sale in 2008 for $38 million by owner Hubert Guez - who is chief executive of the Ed Hardy fashion brand - prior to the 'Thriller' singer's death.
The gated French Chateau-style estate boasts seven bedrooms and 13 toilets, as well as a gym, screening room, spa facilities, a seven-car garage and a wine cellar complete with tasting room.
It was recently revealed Michael's famous Neverland Ranch - which he relinquished amid financial worries in 2008 - could become an official memorial park for the iconic singer.