Now's your chance to own 1.26 acres of morbid Hollywood history.
The asking price may be high, but it's actually $10 million less than businessman Hubert Guez, CEO of the Ed Hardy brand, wanted for the stately home when he originally tried to sell in 2008.
So what does this discounted pile of bricks have to offer?
The gated French Chateau-style estate, completed in 2002, boasts seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms in 17,171 square feet for your basic living needs, while its fancy features include 12 fireplaces, a screening room, a wine cellar and tasting room, a gym and spa facilities, a seven-car garage, maid's quarters, a pool, expansive gardens and a detached guest house.
Jackson was in one of those seven bedrooms when Dr. Conrad Murray, who has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter, administered the dose of the sedative propofol that ultimately proved too much for the King of Pop's system.
Guez had leased the house to Jackson for $100,000 per month and, according to TMZ, tried to rent it out again for $300,000 per month, but ultimately decided to sell.
Whoever buys this nifty little property will be real close to the party action in Hollywood.