The 12,000 square-foot home where Michael Jackson and his numerous exotic animals once lived is now on the market.

On 2,700 acres in Los Olivos, 40 miles outside Santa Barbara, the King of Pop's Neverland Ranch, now the Sycamore Valley Ranch, is being priced at $100 million, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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The ranch no longer includes Bubbles (the chimpanzee) and the rest of the animals, but the property does have 22 buildings in all, including two guest houses and a six-bedroom home. There is also a 50-seat movie theater complete with trap doors on the stage for magic shows, and the floral clock and train station are are still there as well.

In 1987, Jackson purchased Neverland Ranch for $19.5 million and lived there for more than 15 years.

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The ranch was once at the center of a police investigation after child molestation allegations were made against the music icon. Jackson was acquitted of those claims in 2005.

He died in 2009 at the age of 50.

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