Michael Jackson’s Final Manse Finally Sells for $18.1M

The French Chateau estate where Michael Jackson died in 2009 just sold for $18.1 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. The swanky mansion also the site of MJ's last days was most recently on the market for $23.9 million. The estate had been owned by the chief executive of the clothing manufacturer Ed Hardy. Click through the photo gallery to take a tour of the King of Pop's former crib.

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The French Chateau estate where Michael Jackson died in 2009 just sold for $18.1 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. The swanky mansion also the site of MJ's last days was most recently on the market for $23.9 million. The estate had been owned by the chief executive of the clothing manufacturer Ed Hardy. Click through the photo gallery to take a tour of the King of Pop's former crib.
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The ritzy mansion had been on and off the market since 2008 when it was first listed for $38 million. Since then the home has featured many price chops and increases, though up until recently, no bidders.
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A view of the elegant entryway in the expansive abode. The mansion was designed by Richard Landry and built in 2002.
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Take a look at the double-height foyer, which features a sparkling chandelier.
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A view of MJ's former wood-paneled library. In addition to the 17,200-square-foot manse, the property also comes with a detached guest house.
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At the time of his death, Jacko was renting the lavish digs for a whopping $100,000 per month. The Times reports that Jackson was prepping for his "This Is It" concert during his time living at this mansion.
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A view of the grand formal dining room.
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The mansion boasts twelve working fireplaces and sits on 1.26 acres in the posh Holmby Hills area of Los Angeles.
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A view of the spectacular wine cellar and tasting room.
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The swanky home theater is ideal for movie screenings. There's even an elevator in the pad to transport you between all of these lavish floors.
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The mansion has seven bedrooms and thirteen baths and sits on 1.26 acres of land.
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Elegant design and detail adorn every room in the home.
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A view of the remarkable pool and garden.
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A guest house with stained glass doors is located adjacent to the grand swimming pool.
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Jackson's most famous pad was Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara County, Calif., where he lived from 1988 to 2005.
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He famously used to welcome children to the 3,000-acre ranch but left it behind after being accused of molesting a 13-year-old.
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The gates to Neverland Ranch were turned into a memorial when Jackson died in 2009.
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An aerial view of the theme park on the property.
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The front entrance to the ranch.
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Fans paid their respects to the late Michael Jackson at the entrance of Neverland.
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