The amusement park rides and wild animals are long gone, but if you’re interested in buying Michael Jackson’s most famous home, it’s a lot more affordable these days.
Neverland Ranch, which failed to find a buyer after the King of Pop’s death, is being reintroduced to the market, with a giant price cut and a new name.
The property, which has been saddled with the more homogenized moniker “Sycamore Valley Ranch,” carries a $67 million price tag.
That’s a $33 million drop from the original asking price two years ago.
While it no longer has some of its iconic features, Neverland (yeah, we’re gonna keep calling it that — sorry, Coldwell Banker) is still a unique piece of property.
Located about 30 minutes from downtown Santa Barbara, California, it spans 2,700 acres and includes a mountain on the grounds that Jackson named after his mother. The estate boasts live oaks that are more than 100 years old and borders the Los Padres National Forest.