(Source: Courtesy of Compass.)
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Michael Jackson’s former home Neverland Ranch was just put back on the market for $31 million, according to Variety. Due to lack of interest over the past four years and controversy, the price has just dropped significantly.

Now named Sycamore Valley Ranch, the 2,700-acre estate nestled in California’s Santa Ynez Valley has seen a dramatic discount, as it was listed for $67 million in 2017 by Coldwell Banker and $100 million in 2015 by Sotheby's International Realty. The “King of Pop” purchased the property in 1987 for $19.5 million and since his death, the estate has been owned by a real estate fund managed by the investment group Colony Capital.  

Around 30 miles north of Santa Barbara and right outside the quaint town of Los Olivos, the property includes a 12,500-square-foot main house with six bedrooms. There’s also three guest houses, manicured gardens and lawns, a large lake, pool, tennis court, and movie theater — along with Jackson’s iconic Disney-inspired train depot.

Want to take a peek of the grounds? Read ahead to get a look into Neverland. The sprawling 2,700 acres of California country are worth a tour.