King of pop Michael Jackson’s former Neverland Ranch is on the market for $100 million.
Colony Capital is offloading Sycamore Valley Ranch in Los Olivos, California and to help attract interest for the property the company has created a five-minute promotional video of the property, reported Female First.
A source said that Colony didn’t have permission to use the late pop superstar’s music in the video.
The clip features the song Man in the Mirror in the background of a virtual tour of the plush property and its surrounding grounds.
In November 2008, Jackson transferred the title of Neverland to Sycamore Valley Ranch Company LLC – a joint venture between him and a Colony affiliate.
The Beat It hitmaker purchased the ranch, which was named after the fantasy island which features in Peter Pan, a book series by novelist J M Barrie – for USD 19.5 million in 1987.
Last year, Michael’s daughter Paris Jackson, 17, built a Zen garden at the ranch.
She also had a Peter Pan-like boy sitting on a moon carved into the ground in the middle of the garden.