You should all know about this estate by now. This was the last home of the “King of Pop” Michael Jackson before his untimely death. It is located at 100 North Carolwood Drive in the Holmby Hills section of Los Angeles, CA. He had been renting it for $100,000 a month at the time from owner Hubert Guez, the current CEO of Ed Hardy. The home was built by real estate developer Mohamed Hadid and was designed by renowned Landry Design. It boasts 20,000 square feet of living space with a gorgeous 2-story entry complete with iron front door, crystal chandelier, and hand carved wooden staircase. The home also has an ornate living room, custom kitchen with walk-in freezer, cozy family room, Russian themed movie theater, wine cellar, exercise room, playroom, and master suite with his and her baths. The home also has a 7 car garage and a swimming pool with pool house.

The home can now be leased out for a mind boggling $300,000 per month! The $300,000 a month lease price is ludicrous in my opinion! That means that the home is worth more than $60 million or so. What do you guys think?

  • Stewie

    Yeh I agree Kenny. No way, that asking price is totally ridiculous! Personally, I very much doubt he’ll even get $100,000 pcm again. Not everyone’s as wasteful as Michael was. In my opinion it’s worth $75,000 pcm MAX. Actually more like $50,000 pcm – I could see it going for that. This guy (like so many others) needs a reality check.




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  • Stewie

    Also the location is actually pretty awful, right on busy Sunset




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  • Marie

    I couldn’t rent that place with everyone knowing Michael died there. No matter the amount of security, you’ll always have fans stalking, that’s the unfortunate thing to when a celebrity passes away at a home, it just changes everything. The house looks lovely but it’s infamous history definitely a real turn off for me.




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  • Venom

    What crack head is going to pay $300,000 a month to lease this place when everyone and their mom knows that it was going for $100,000 a month…before someone died there.
    I know it was Michael Jackson and all, but that does not change the fact that someone died there.




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  • Barney

    Venom…….what I’m about to write truly makes me want to WRETCH, but THAT’S EXACTLY WHY the #%!%$! who owns this “house” priced it that high!

    BECAUSE Jackson died there! Like a literal side-show from the WORST of traveling carnivals, the owner thinks that there’s some PERVERTED, SICK billionaire out there who’s as TWISTED as he is, and will pay the price of “admission” to ghoulishly inhabit the same bedroom that Jackson expired in.

    If that doesn’t make your SKIN CRAWL, nothing will! I shudder with revolt.




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    • Bryan

      Right on…I was going to reply to Marie, but you beat me to saying the lookie loos with big bucks can say we stayed in the Jackson death mansion. They can say Michael’s one gloved ghost came to them in a dream. Maybe a song writer will even claim he is channeling for Michael after a stay there?

      UGH!!!!!!!!!! I think they’d be better off renting it at $50K a week. $300K is nuts, but this is only a week after I saw a $35K a NIGHT penthouse hotel suite on cnn.com. And they said that place was just rented out for 20 days back in January for a cool $700K. That could get this place for ~2 1/2 months for the same $$$!!!




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  • Bryan

    It does make me feel good to see Michael was still living large right up to the end!!!




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  • jos2312

    I would love to rent this house but not at $300k per month! They have got to be out of their minds to ask over $100k! I like the house just for the house though, the fact that Michael died there doesn’t motivate me to want a house. I see that the owner thinks it will though, disgusting… Also, if you want to sleep in the same bedroom as he did when he died, bad news, I read he died in the doctor’s room (most likely the maid’s room). Bottom line: this house should rent for no more than $60,000 per month. If it were sold, no more than $24 Million, IT BORDERS FREAKIN’ SUNSET!!!!




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  • Nick

    The interior is one of the best I have ever seen: It’s so perfect!

    The lease price is insane, but you can find rich guys who have tons of money in CA, so that’s not the basic problem…The fact that someone died in this mansion is disgusting though…




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