A sprawling Las Vegas mansion, once rented by Michael Jackson, was sold for $3.1 million Thursday, the Nevada palace reportedly being the spot where the late King Of Pop met the physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, who has been investigated in the wake of his shocking death.
The house, which Jackson lived in from late 2006 to 2007, spans 15,461 square feet and has seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, a tennis court, a basketball court and a 20-seat theater.
The mansion is the largest piece of real estate sold in Sin City in nearly a year's span, no small feat considering that the sagging economy has depressed both the city and its' real estate market.
"It's serendipity that we sold the home that we had also rented to Michael Jackson," real estate agent Zar Zanganeh said in a statement. “The estate became famous and generated tremendous interest because of the MJ connection; in fact, the buyer is a big Michael Jackson fan."