This is the last home where the King of Pop resided in before his untimely death. The lavish French Chateau style mansion is located at 100 N Carolwood Drive in the Holmby Hills section of Los Angeles, CA. Before his death, Michael had been renting it for $100,000 a month at the time from owner Hubert Guez, the current CEO of Ed Hardy. After his death, in mid 2009, the home was put up for lease for a staggering $300,000 a month. It then hit the market with an asking price of $28,995,000. The home was built by real estate developer Mohamed Hadid and was designed by renowned Landry Design. It boasts 17,171 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 7 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, an ornate living room, 12 fireplaces, 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 has now been re-listed with a reduced asking price of $23,900,000.

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  • Sam

    Its slightly dated and in-need of a refurbishment and face-lift. I wouldnt pay 24m for this, for that price it would have to be perfect




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  • Coon

    Im surprised at the price. Wonderful house but it would creep more than a few potential buyers out.




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  • Daniel

    I agree, it is a beautiful home, but it will forever be the Michael Jackson death home. I really do like the details though. Only qualm is that it looks like any other Hadid or Landry design. Come on guys, break the mold!




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  • Hugh

    These are the best pics I’ve seen of it. You can actually see the house, not the clutter.

    As a huge MJ fan I would be so sad there.




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  • Barney

    Guez and Umansky ARE NUTS if they think they’re gonna’ get even close to their asking price. Even if I was a 100 million times richer than Bill Gates and was INSANE for hideously overdone, pretentious, gargantuanly-oversized, monstrosities like this I’d NEVERRRRRRRRRRRR even think about buying it not because I’m a superstitious, fearful person thinking that Jackson’s ghost would haunt/terrorize or even kill me, but because just the factual memory of what a horribly messed up life and death he had there…..RIGHT in the master bedroom of all places. Not from a paranormal aspect…..just a realistic one…….wayyyyyyy too much bad “juju”.




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  • Limedaiquar

    House is beautiful…but they might as well bulldoze it and make it an empty lot.




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  • C

    It will sell for $16-18m. Could be amazing house with some modernizing…like Petra’s reno of the Manor style.




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  • Joejoe509

    I dunno… it’s a nice house but other than the fact that MJ lived (and died?) there it’s really not that special. It’s certainly fancy and the amenity list is outstanding. I just don’t get the feeling that a lot of thought went into this home. My best example is the open toilet in the bathroom. Ummm… a little privacy please? My personal tastes say it’s just a tad over the top just like every other Hadid home. Some rooms are very nice and are great inspiration, but the overall effect is not comfortable to me.

    I actually really like the unique exterior, the large foyer/staircase, and the closet. The grounds look beautiful and I bet if offers plenty of privacy.

    Some details here and there will make this home memorable to me. And because it was the last residence of MJ, it’s unforgettable too. Good luck selling it, though…




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  • Joejoe509

    FYI: Kenny, there are two indentical pictures of the bathroom above. Please delete or replace one of them. You can delete this comment if you so desire. 🙂




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    • Kenny Forder

      Thanks!




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  • Woodland Shores

    Needs so remodeling, but very pretty!




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  • lambskin

    I think it is a beautiful home and the old interior pictures provide some scale and insight as to its potential. I hope it does sell and fans do not bother the new folks. I fear that the adverse history is deemed so signigicant that it would have to be torn down. MJ’s childhood home is Gary, IN always seems to be up for sale.




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