Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Could Be Yours for $31 Million

It's a 70 percent price drop — the late pop star's legendary estate was once listed for $100 million.

Michael Jackson’s infamous Neverland Ranch is up for sale again, but now for 70 percent less than it was originally listed. 

The legendary California estate was once on the market for $100 million but it is now up for sale for $31 million, a 70 percent plunge. 

The listing now calls the estate Sycamore Valley Ranch Neverland and describes it as “the ultimate ranch retreat” with six bedrooms in the main house. It also comes with its own movie theater.

Jackson's name appears nowhere in the listing, further distancing the property from the scandal that surrounds the late icon. 

He bought Neverland for $19 million in 1987. It was home to his famous carnival rides and even had a petting zoo. 

But the property's offering have been marred by the allegations of sexual abuse against Jackson. 

Inside Edition spoke to Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing” host Josh Altman about the property, who said the stigma surround it "is definitely something that is going to take a hit to the price. Pricing it at $100 million, it was overpriced at that time and now it is finally priced to sell."

Meanwhile, two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who say Jackson sexually abused them as children at Neverland Ranch told their stories to Gayle King on Thursday’s “CBS This Morning.” 

“Within either the first or second night of Michael and I being alone at Neverland, the night started changing,” Robson said. “One of the ways I remember it starting is, you know, Michael just sort of starting to touch my legs and touch my crotch over my pants…. It progressed to him performing oral sex on me, him showing me how to perform oral sex on him."

The two accusers are at the center of the blockbuster documentary "Leaving Neverland," which airs on HBO Saturday and Sunday. 

Oprah Winfrey will interview the accusers immediately after Sunday’s program airs.

Jackson died in 2009 and always denied allegations of misconduct. 

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