The estate that Michael Jackson died in is up for sale. The king of pop passed away at the age of 50 on June 25, 2009.
The star died after his physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, injected him with propofol in an effort to help him sleep better. Unfortunately the cocktail sent him into an eternal sleep.
Dr. Conrad Murray, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter last year for providing the drug to the pop singer.
If you have $23.9 million the Holmby Hills House made out of Jerusalem Stone could be yours. The estate boasts 1.26 acres of "lush and mature landscape" and was previously listed in 2010 for $23.5 million.
Many celebrities have resided at the Holmby Hills House: Marilyn Monroe, Sonny & Cher, Clark Gable, and Barbara Streisand.
The three-story 17,000 square foot home is being marketed as an "elegant and sophisticated French Chateau estate." The estate boasts seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms and features many amenities including a tasting room, gym, Russian-inspired movie theater, elevator, rare African Walnut flooring, and 12 working fireplaces.
The house was leased for Jackson by concert promoter AEG Live as he prepared for his string of comeback concerts at London's O2 Arena. The rent was steep at $100,000/per month.
Here is a video tour of the palace.