The main residence of approximately 12,598 sq. ft. offers six-bedrooms, including a large first floor master suite with a private loft and two master baths. The home was designed by Robert Altevers for William Bone in a French Normandy-style and meticulously crafted to perfection in 1982. The home is nestled between extensively landscaped gardens and a four-acre lake complete with a waterfall, incredible pastoral views to the south and majestic mountain views to the north. An expansive covered outdoor barbeque area is perfect for entertaining and is located adjacent to the inviting pool and nearby pool house and tennis court. There are multiple structures on the property including three separate guest homes, a 5,500 sq.ft. movie theater with stage, several barns, animal shelter facilities, corrals and a maintenance shop.
Even though the history remains here, both good and bad, of when the late King of Pop owned this fantastical estate, the amusement park along with all his beloved exotic animals have long been removed. In it’s place, are rolling hills, man-made water features and lakes complete with swans. Realtor Suzanne Perkins promises however, if an MJ fan does buy the property there are still a few small signs that it was the Neverland Ranch – with its train and clock made from flowers that spells out ‘Neverland’ retained and restored. This iconic residence can be yours for $100,000,000 US.