“Death Home” Of Michael Jackson Goes Up For Sale

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The mansion where Michael Jackson died has been put on the Bel-Air Market for $29 million.

The homes owner, Ed Hardy CEO Hubert Guez, tried to originally sell the house for $38 million in 2008 but then agreed to rent the home to Jackson.

For $29 million the new owner will receive 17,171 square feet in the style of a French chateau. The home features seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and a seven-car garage. The mansion is also located in the very affluent Holmby Hills neighborhood.

Touring the home isn’t a simple feat with an “extensive pre-qualifying check” put in place to keep out die hard Jackson fans looking for nothing more than a tour at his place of death.