Michael Jackson: Former LA home might get sold off?
Michael Jackson's property (pictured above), which the King of Pop was renting in California at the time of his death may have found a buyer, it has been revealed.
A Los Angeles businessman is interested in the property, which is located in the Holmby Hills area of the city, according to TMZ.
Since almost three years, since Jackson's death, the current owner is believed to have been trying to sell the estate.
The website has been told by sources that, the potential buyer is not bothered about the fact that Jackson lived and died at the property and merely likes the estate.
This house is on the market for $23.9 million (£15.5 million), with the businessman's offer thought to be around $17 million (£11.1 million). The owner and potential purchaser are believed to be negotiating at present.
Last December, some of Jackson's furniture and personal art from the rental property was sold for a combined total of almost $1 million (£650,444).
Earlier this year, a court ruled that the Michael Jackson Estate could sell a mansion at Havenhurst in Encino owned by the singer.
In order to buy a new family home for Jackson's mother Katherine and his three children Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket, the permission for the sale was granted.