Got $29 million? Michael Jackson death mansion for sale
This may seem high, but it's actually $10 million less than businessman Hubert Guez, CEO of the Ed Hardy brand, put it on the market for back in 2008. The collapse of Lehman Bros. and subsequent tanking of the economy kept buyers away, but Guez is hoping times have changed.
The 1.26 acre, gated French Chateau-style estate, completed in 2002, boasts seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms in 17,171 square feet. It's also loaded with 12 fireplaces, a screening room, a wine cellar and tasting room, gym and spa, seven-car garage, maid's quarters, a pool, lots of gardens and a detached guest house.
Jackson met his untimely demise in one of those seven bedrooms. The King of Pop was renting the place for $100,000 per month.
See the real estate listing here. complete with photos.