Michael Jackson’s bed and the home where he died is up for sale

Have you always dreamt of living in the shoes of the King of Pop? Can just one item touched by him change your life forever? Then here’s the news of the year for you. The Beverly Hills home where the King of Pop lived from December 2008 until his death on the 25th of June 2009 is now up for sale for a reported $ 23.5 million. Now, if that is not quite within your price range, Julien’s Auctions is ready to sell off all the items within the house as well including, his queen-size bed on which he took his last breath, expensive art worth over $30,000, an armoire estimated at $6,000 and a collection of Louis-style antiques amongst other extravagant items that Michael loved surrounding himself with.

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The house was decorated similarly to his beloved Neverland ranch. And the North Carolwood Drive home still has signs of his life starting from a chalkboard in the massive kitchen that says, “I (heart) Daddy. SMILE, it’s for free,” to a message written by Michael himself on an antique armoire that reads, “TRAIN, perfection, March April. FULL OUT May.”
The 17,000-square-foot home was designed by architect Richard Landry and is styled on a French chateau with 18th and 19th-century French decor. Many walls are lined with watercolor and acrylic paintings and with six bedrooms, 10 fireplaces, a wine cellar, a fitness center, formal dining and sitting rooms, a large swimming pool, and a pool house and not to forget a movie theater, this house truly was fit for the King. However, the sale will not state Michael Jackson’s name anywhere in the promotion materials. The sale will begin on the 12th of December and will continue till the 17th. Keep your wallets ready for the most memorable and exciting sale of the century.
Update –
The house where Michael Jackson met his end has been finally sold for $18.1 million.
[AOLRealestate] Via – [Curbed]

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