Got $100,000,000? Michael Jackson’s gorgeous — and gigantic — estate, Neverland Ranch, is now on the market. In an exclusive video posted by Sotheby’s real estate, you can tour the scenic 2,700-acre estate located in Los Olivos in California’s Santa Ynez Valley. Sotheby’s perfectly set the video tour to the tune of Jackson’s “Man In the Mirror.”

The late King of Pop’s iconic mountainside home, renamed Sycamore Valley Ranch, boasts at its center a 12,000-square-foot house which was “fashioned after the majestic manors that line the coast of Normandy,” Sotheby’s listing reads. The main house, designed by Robert Altevers for William Bone in 1982, is located between two lakes and is accessed via a stone bridge.

The property also features three guesthouses, as well as a European-style hunting lodge featuring a subterranean wine cellar near the estate’s tennis court. Located by the main residence is a 50-seat movie theater and Jackson-approved dance studio.

Neverland Ranch also boasts multipurpose barns, a petting zoo, staff housing, an administration building — not to be confused with the office! — and a paved helipad. There’s also an expansive covered outdoor barbecue area adjacent to the pool.

The property is being sold by real estate investment firm Colony Capital, which owns equity in Neverland Ranch after forming an agreement with Jackson in 2008 prior to Jackson’s June 2009 death. Survived by his kids Prince, 18, Paris, 17, Blanket, 13, and his famous family, the superstar died of acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication at age 50.

Watch the video above to tour the seriously impressive listing!

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