Categories: Luxury HomesPublished On: December 21, 2022Comments Off on Michael Jackson’s Former Las Vegas Home is listed for Sale for $9.5 Million9.3 min read


Michael Jackson’s Former Las Vegas Home is listed for Sale for $9.5 Million

A Las Vegas mansion where Michael Jackson once lived is now on the market. The 1-acre estate, which is located at 2785 S Monte Cristo Way, Las Vegas, NV 89117 seven miles from the Las Vegas strip, is on sale for $9.5 million. The late King of Pop rented the home for $50,000 a month in 2006 after returning from the Middle East and Ireland and lived there for about a year.

With the home enclosed in an 8-10-foot wall, Jackson was said to be a fan of the privacy the estate provided, per a statement from The Agency shared with PEOPLE. After purchasing the home in 2010 for $3.1 million, current owners Dong Xue and his wife Jeanette Zhou upgraded the property with a balcony in the 2,500-foot primary suite, bringing the space from 16,000 square feet to 17,000.

Property description from Zillow:

Privately Gated Luxury Compound Once Home to the Most Famous Celeb in the World, 2-Levels with quantity features throughout 17,000+ Sq. F! Drive in to this Spectacular 1 Acre Estate with Large Front Gate and Circular Driveway, Grand Entry Doors leading you into a Roman-Style Interior with High Ceilings, Indoor Fountain, Curved Staircase and Multiple Enchanting Family Rooms complete with Built in Wine Shelves, 2-Way Fireplace and Custom CHANDELIERS! Huge Home Theater, Second Kitchen, Office Wing w/ 2 Private Executive Offices, 2 Asst. Desks and Meeting Room with Separate Access Gate, Security Room, Custom Wet Bar with Spiral Staircase to Leading to an Orchestra Loft overlooking the Beautiful Grand Ballroom with Baby Grand Piano. The Oversized Back Yard features a Custom BBQ and Summer Kitchen, Pool, Spa, Private Tennis Court w/ Lights, 8-10 Foot Walls around the entire property for Privacy & a Rooftop Deck w/ Views. Primary Suite is Over 2,500 Ft with a HUGE Closet. As Seen in WSJ Mansions

See photos here.

Listed by The Agency’s Zar Zaganeh

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