Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch is still looking for a buyer, take a look inside
The late King of Pop's famous California ranch is on sale for a whopping $100 million.
Anyone curious to know what the inside of Michael Jackson's home, dubbed Neverland, looks like have the opportunity to sneak a peak, as cameras were brought inside the Los Olivos complex to show off its memorable features.
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The property has been renovated with new ponds and a Zen garden.
Jackson's rides have been removed but the train station, iconic floral Neverland clock and his spacious 50 seat movie theater are still on the property.
Jackson bought the French Normandy estate in 1987 for $19.5 million, transforming it into a Peter Pan-themed amusement park.
INSIDE EDITION found the property in total disarray in 2009, after a helicopter tour revealed crumbling buildings, overgrown weeds and murky ponds.
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Colony Capital eventually bought the estate for $22.5 million when Jackson defaulted on a loan, re-naming it Sycamore Valley Ranch. The estate has been restored to its original glory.
The property spreads over 2,700 acres and the main house is 12,000 square feet, with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
Images of Neverland ranch throughout the years: