The mansion located in Holmby Hills , where the legendary “King of Pop” Michael Jackson lived and died has a buyer.
The 17,000 sq ft, seven-bedroom house, which is located on 100 North Carolwood Drive was designed by Richard Landry and built in 2002 on 1.26 acres. It has seven bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms, a theater, an elevator, a spa and gym, and a guesthouse.
The house has been on and off the market since 2008 (with a starting price of $38 million), and was renting to Jackson for $100,000 a month when he suddenly died in June 2009.
According to sources…the buyer is a very wealthy investment banker named Steven Mayer. Mayer reportedly purchased residence at a price ranging between $17 and $20 million.
The estate was originally listed at $24 million.
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