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Michael Jackson’s Infamous Neverland Ranch Restored As Fairytale ‘Children’s Paradise’

LOS OLIVOS, CA - NOVEMBER 18: Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch is shown November 18, 2003 outside of Santa Barbara, California. Police armed with a search warrant swarmed Jackson's sprawling home in the Santa Ynez Valley. One media report said the warrant was tied to allegations brought by a 12-year-old boy. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is on its way to reopening as a “children’s paradise.

The property was purchased by billionaire businessman, Ron Burkle, for a quarter of the original asking price of $140 million. Burkle bought the Peter Pan-inspired estate for $30 million.

The property was left to rot following the death of Jackson. The property included a 12,598-square-foot main residence, two guest houses, a lake, a 50-seat movie theatre, and a Disney-themed train station, amusement park, and zoo.

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