After the death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, all his properties, such as this ostentatious villa in the city of Las Vegas, have been sold for the sum of $ 9.5 million. It was there that Michael spent his last years since 2007.
This property was built in 1952 in a Spanish Mediterranean style, and throughout the mansion you can see this style, such as the wooden ceilings, the green tiles that surround the fireplace and oven, and the arched windows. for which the view to the outside is appreciated.
Among all its luxuries, it should be noted that it has 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a two-story chapel with capacity for 74 people and a fountain that decorates the patio. On the other hand, its second floor is dedicated exclusively to the house bar and features extravagant leopard armchairs.
However, the singer’s favorite place was the living room, which has a central glass lamp and a stone fireplace where a self-portrait of the musician is located.
But the most curious and the funniest fact about this mansion is that it has a secret escape route where Michael left to avoid being seen by the paparazzi.
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