Michael Jackson's Las Vegas rental home is up for sale for US$9.5 million ($NZD 14.1m).
According to The Daily Mail, the late King of Pop never owned the giant property but rented it from 2007 until his death in June, 2009.
The 24,276 square-foot home was originally built by theatre owner Horst Schmidt in the 50s in Mexico and then transported to Nevada, the website reports.
Since the singer's death the home which features seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and a private art gallery, has been redesigned with replica furniture.
Rooms are currently furnished with large sofas, rich tapestry, art and a replica of the famous boy in the moon statue found at Jackson's Neverland home.
The property has been listed by Nevada celebrity agent Kristen Routh Silberman who has previously represented celebrity clients including Beyonce and Jay Z and Wayne Newtown.
See the full listing here.