The notorious Holmby Hills house where Michael Jackson died is back up for sale, yet again and with a tiny little priceup. The house has been on and off the market since 2008 (with a starting price of $38 million), and was renting to Jackson for $100,000 a month when he suddenly died in June 2009. Last fall, owners Hubert and Roxanne Guez (Hubert is the CEO of Ed Hardy) sued the woman who sells star maps down the street, saying she and her customers were scaring away potential buyers (we can think of a few other scary things they might want to sue first, but whatever). The house was designed by Richard Landry and built in 2002 on 1.26 acres. It has seven bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms, a theater, an elevator, a spa and gym, and a guesthouse. In December, many of the furnishings (including a "pair of obelisk and urn form table lamps" and a "Parian marble statue of a peasant girl") were sold at auction. Now the house is back on the open market for the first time since last summer--it was last seen asking $23.5 million; it's now asking $23.9 million.
· Michael Jackson Death House Owners Sue Holmby Hills Star Map-Seller [Curbed LA]
· 100 North CAROLWOOD Dr [Redfin]
· 100 N Carolwood | Holmby Hills [The Agency]