Michael Jackson’s ranch Neverland in Santa Barbara in California is for sale for a hundred million dollars, about 850 million, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The ten-acre property houses including a train station, a few lakes and a house with six bedrooms and a cinema with 50 seats.
Jackson bought the ranch for approximately $ 20 million in 1988 and renamed it Neverland after the island in the story of Peter Pan. He also established a zoo and a small amusement park in the area, which no longer exists.
The famous singer lost Neverland in 2008, after he could no longer pay the debts on the property.