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Michael Jackson's 'Death House' Sells For $18.1 Million, Take A Peek Inside


Nov. 4 2012, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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The mansion where Michael Jackson lived at the time of his death has been sold for $18.1 million, and has the pictures.

The sprawling property in L.A.'s Holmby Hills neighborhood has been snapped up by a businessman and boasts a theater, elevator, gym and a wine cellar.

The house was recently listed for $23.9 million and the seller was Hubert Guez, the chief executive of designer clothing label Ed Hardy, according to The Los Angeles Times.

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The late king of pop was leasing the house for a reported $100,000 a month while he was living there in 2009 and before he moved in, it had been listed for as much as a whopping $38.5 million.

Featuring 13 bathrooms, a pool and a stunning guest house, the French Chateau style mansion sits on 1.2 acres.

The buyer of MJ's final abode is believed to be Steven Mayer, a senior managing director for a leading private investment firm, reports The Times.

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Michael Jackson died in one of the bedrooms after overdosing on the prescription drug propofol at age 50.

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His doctor, Conrad Murray, was later found of involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to four years in prison.




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