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House where MJ died back in market for 23.9 million dollars

Washington, Thu, 22 Mar 2012 ANI

Washington, Mar 22 (ANI): The house where Michael Jackson died has been put up for sale again at 23.9 million dollars.

The mansion, which was being rented for 100,000 dollars-a-month by the late pop legend, has been on and off the market for years.

The house has seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and a seven-car garage all sprawled over 17,200 square feet.

It was listed for a higher price of 29 million dollars when it was put on the market in August 2010.

However, it is believed to have remained empty since the superstar's death in June 2009.

A "major celebrity" is due to look around the property, reported.

Realtor Mauricio Umansky, the CEO and co-founder of The Agency in Beverly Hills will only show the property to serious buyers who have pre-qualified, which means they have enough money to buy the property.

As well as the expansive grounds and spacious rooms, the mansion boasts a movie theatre and swimming pool.

The asking price for the house, which is owned by Ed Hardy CEO Hubert Guez, has been slashed several times.

It was put up for sale back in 2008 for a whopping 38 million dollars.

Jackson had rented the house from Guez while he rehearsed for 'This is It' at the Staples Centre in downtown Los Angeles.

He had been living there with his three children, Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket. (ANI)

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