Break out your moonwalking shoes: One of Michael Jackon's last residences is for sale! Dubbed "Thrilla Villa," the Las Vegas mansion -- which the pop legend rented from 2007 until his death from an overdose in 2009 -- has been listed for $9.5 million.
And the thrill(er)s just keep coming when you hear more about this posh place formerly inhabited by the Gloved One: Situated at 2710 Palomino Lane, the 16,122-square-foot mansion on 1.7 acres has seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and even its own medieval-style chapel. Anyone who's seen pics of Neverland knows Jacko was eccentric, but who knew he was so religious?
Listed by real estate agent Kristen Routh Silberman at Synergy Sotheby's International, the compound was originally built in the 1950s in Mexico, then transported to Las Vegas, brick by brick. It's one of the hideaways where Jackson sequestered himself from the public and even his family; at one point, his youngest brother, Randy, reportedly tried to crash through the gate to stage an intervention, but Jackson refused to let him in.
And just in case those lingering MJ vibes aren't strong enough: After Jackson's tragic death, the owner decided to turn the home into a shrine, complete with ornate furniture in styles supposedly favored by the legendary singer, gold pianos, portraits of Jackson, and even a replica of the famous boy on the moon image found throughout Jackson's Neverland home. (At the time of his death, Jackson was living in another rental in Los Angeles.)
But according to the listing, the home also features some elements that existed during Jackson's time there. They include the master bedroom -- a whole floor with a fireplace, a wet bar, and a giant mirror where Jackson allegedly rehearsed his amazing dance moves.
This all sounds amazing to visit, but let's be honest: Who wants to live in a shrine? Clearly either a major MJ fan would have to snap this up, or the owner would have to do some serious redecorating.