THE HOUSE IN WHICH ‘King of Pop’ Michael Jackson died is up for sale – at the oh-so-average Bel Air price of change under $29 million.
The Richard Landry-designed seven bedroom mansion in Holmby Hills - which features a sewer-boggling thirteen toilets – was being rented by Jackson for a paltry (!) $100,000 a month when he died in the house from a Propofol overdose in June 2009.
But with few takers when the house’s owners put the lease on the 17,171-square-foot pad back on the market for three times the price, the owner – Hubert Guez, the CEO of the Ed Hardy clothing line – has decided to offload the property.
Here’s a look inside the house, with photos from the property listing.