Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch, where he lived for over 15 years, is now on the market for $100 million, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Jackson originally paid $19.5 million for the 2,700-acre Santa Barbara property, which he famously added added amusement park rides and zoo animals to. The Wall Street Journal says those rides and the more exotic animals are gone, but “there is currently a llama on the property.” And the name is also no longer: Neverland Ranch is now dubbed the Sycamore Valley Ranch.
Jackson was forced to leave the ranch in 2005 due to financial problems. He died four years later, in 2009.